On California Small Business Day, June 19, 2019, Assembly member Sydney Kamlager-Dove honored Culver City’s own Candance Simmons, owner of “All That & MORE” boutique, as Small Business of the Year in Assembly District 54.
On California Small Business Day™, All That & MORE Boutique was honored by Assembly member Kamlager-Dove (D-Los Angeles) as Small Business of the Year in Assembly District 54. Kamlager-Dove celebrated All That & MORE for the owner’s hard work and dedication to the community.
“I am proud to honor Candance Simmons, owner of All That & MORE boutique, for her successful small business and contributions to our community. Candance shares her business acumen by teaching merchandising to interns from Culver City High School,” said Kamlager-Dove.
California Small Business Day honored 82 small businesses for their contribution to the state’s economy. Small businesses contribute to 75 percent of California’s gross state product and more than half of the state’s private sector jobs. From hardware stores to manufactures, small businesses are engrained in California’s communities and economy.
All That & MORE is located in Culver City, CA. The boutique offers styling and shopping for women of all shapes and sizes at all walks of life. Candance Simmons has 25 years of customer service experience and works to help women gain confidence.
“I am overjoyed to receive this award and am extremely proud to be one of California’s 3.3 million small businesses and to be one of the 82 to receive this award. This recognition from the Assemblymember strengthens my commitment and sense of community and I am extremely thankful,” said Simmons.
Thank You Culver City Crossroads for featuring All That & MORE boutique!