"The Italians take food very seriously, especially olive oil," Streb said. "At the school, you learn how to taste olive oil and look for defects in the oil. I decided after [attending] that school that I was going to do something with olive oil -- either [open] a store or become a buyer."
When she returned to the U.S., Streb discovered the Oil & Vinegar franchise while reading a book about olive oil; it was a perfect match. Oil & Vinegar sells more than 50 oils and vinegars from around the world in its stores, in addition to spices, sauces, pastas, sweets, cookbooks and kitchen items. "It's definitely a foodie's heaven," Streb said of her store.
While investigating her business financing options, Streb learned of Guidant Financial from
Success is even sweeter for Streb as an entrepreneur. "Working hard feels better when you are working hard for yourself," she shared.
Streb's Oil & Vinegar store, located in the
About Oil & Vinegar
The Oil & Vinegar culinary gift shop has brought together a wide range of international food and cooking products in alluring, Mediterranean-style surroundings. Founded in
About Guidant Financial
Guidant Financial helps people create the life they want through innovative small business financing. They are the premier provider of rollovers for business start-ups (ROBS). Guidant's services allow people from all walks of life the freedom to purchase small businesses and franchises using their retirement funds without taking a taxable distribution or getting a loan, in addition to offering traditional funding options such as SBA loans, portfolio loans and unsecured credit. Visit Guidant on the Web at guidantfinancial.com.
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