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A Side Gig becomes a Mainstay

Laura Cameron has turned grooming from a side gig, into a mainstay that lights people up. As her horse-clipping skills grew, she used them more as part of her job as a riding instructor. Laura is proof that creativity resides in all of us, and it has the potential to make people's lives better.

"It makes me so proud when my designs are able to make people smile."





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