Over the past several years, arguably the preceding decade, doing business locally has taken up residence in the minds of American consumers. During the Great Recession, communities began looking within to find the products and services it needed to survive the Recession. We began to look to our neighbors, and to ourselves, for the needed (and wanted) items and services that define American consumer culture.
Many people lost their jobs, as we all know. This wasn't a deterrent for many- it became a powerful motivating force to innovate. Many people starting small businesses and sole proprietorships to sell products and services to the members of their communities. Friendships became leads, and diners, truck beds and grocery stores became business brokerage centers.
The micro economy soon grew into a national movement. Our understanding of economics seemed to expand when we realized the macro economy couldn't survive without a robust collection of thriving micro economies. #buylocal (and its derivatives) became a common tag on social media that permeated into the micro marketing consciousness of the populous.
Owners: Michael Arnold (left), Jeremy McAlee (right).
ProSky Studio is an aerial solutions company dedicated to offering courteous & professional service to all our customers. Jeremy McAlee and I have diverse backgrounds that have allowed us to found and grow this startup.
We're a small business born on the First Coast, with deep ties to Northeast Florida that's dedicated to doing our part to help our local economy flourish. We do business with many other small businesses in Northeast Florida, and like it that way.
When you call ProSky Studio, you can speak directly with the owners. We are deeply involved in every aspect of our business to insure quality and provide an unsurpassed customer experience. Because of our commitment to our customers and our brand, our word is our bond.