Georgetown bakery giving veterans business-world skills

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By Andrea A McCarren

A local business is making a profound difference in the lives of our military veterans and their families.
Through a six-month fellowship program, Dog Tag Bakery in Georgetown is giving veterans, wounded warriors and their spouses the skills to achieve their dreams and learn every aspect about running a small business.
Shay Mason is an Army veteran, Army spouse and now the primary caregiver to her wounded warrior husband, who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.”
“This program is a godsend for my family,” Mason said.
“Now I kind of feel like I can breathe. And there are people who really care.”
She’s found hope and help through Dog Tag Bakery.
“You don’t fall through the cracks, you don’t become a statistic, and not only that. If you have a dream to become an entrepreneur, we’re going to help you,” Mason said.
The program goes well beyond the bakery. Upstairs in their building is a classroom where Georgetown professors offer weekly lectures on topics like entrepreneurship, finance and marketing.
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