THE BUSINESS OWNERS

A Look Into The Lives Of Arizona’s Emerging Entrepreneurs

THE COMMISSION CLOTHING

Mark Quihuis

Check out the vintage goods at Quihuis’ downtown Phoenix shop.

SWEETZ BAKERY ARIZONA

Elaine Crippen

See Crippen selling her chewy treats at an open-air market in Gilbert, Ariz.

HONOR IN CRAFT

Breck Means

Take a look inside Mean’s woodworking studio near central Phoenix.

NEWS RADIO

Hear experts weigh in on how new businesses are being created despite a global pandemic and

meet another new business owner in Arizona, Angelica Martinez of Mobile Cutz. By: Zoha Tunio

IMAGE GALLERY

Mark Quihuis sports a vintage Harley-Davidson bandana at The Commission Clothing in Phoenix on Nov. 19, 2020. Photo by: Mollie Jamison

Elaine Crippin, owner of Sweetz Bakery Arizona, takes a customer’s payment for cookies at the Made With Love farmers market on Nov. 28, 2020, in Gilbert, Ariz. Photo by: Michael McDaniel 

Breck Means, owner of Honor In Craft, poses in front of his woodworking bench in Phoenix on Nov. 30, 2020. Breck lost his job due to the COVID-19 outbreak and hopes to make a living doing what he loves. Photo by: Jimmy Cloutier

Mark Quihuis sells old-school streetwear and memorabilia at his new shop, The Commission Clothing in Phoenix on Nov. 19, 2020. Photo by: Mollie Jamison

Elaine Crippin displays her gluten-free raisin cookies at the Made With Love farmers market on Nov. 28, 2020, in Gilbert, Ariz. Photo by: Michael McDaniel 

Breck Means adjusts a drill bit on his woodworking press in Phoenix on Nov. 30, 2020. Breck lost his job due to the COVID-19 outbreak and used a portion of his stimulus check to purchase his press. Photo by: Jimmy Cloutier