As any business person will agree, it is important for the business entrance to present an inviting appearance. Even though the business of Perry Wellness Center is helping individuals in their recovery from mental illness or substance abuse problems, founder and CEO Stuart Perry supports a business model to engage the surrounding community.
The holidays are a critical time for promoting good will and support from potential advocates, market customers, and the general public. Stuart also wants to create a welcoming environment for peers and staff from the time they arrive each day.
“We are eager to have visitors come and enjoy Rudy’s Happy Patch Market and our educational activities at Perry Wellness enter,” he explains. “Christmas is a special time for us, and we want the entry and parking lot to look festive and welcoming.”
To celebrate the season, Christmas trees line entranceways and the parking lots. At night, under the security lights, the campus resembles a northern forest. Can Santa’s workshop be far away?
In the photos, the Perry Wellness Center main parking lot and Love Park are filled with fresh fir trees.
Here, the main parking lot and Love Park are filled with fresh fir trees.