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For Episode 2, we’re joined by another set of fellow best friends, Kori Greene and Ro Rynd!
Kori and Ro are also Lizzy’s neighbors at The Local — where they were the first of several boutique businesses to set up shop as “the renegades of Vickery.”
We ask them all of our burning questions — about their busy lives as business partners and best friends, their many successful ventures in Fort Worth, balancing work and family life, what Pat Green gets up to when not on tour, hidden talents and who’s the better bartender!
“The fab Fort Worth women bring their creative characters to the desk at Kirb Appeal. They first found friendship through having kids the same age and then created a decades-long bond because of their artistic interests and hard working ways, which led them to collaborate professionally on many levels. As female entrepreneurs, business owners and boss ladies, wives, mothers and Fort Worth community staples, their stories were endless. These two ladies do it all! One is a mother of 4 boys running several businesses, which involve making others homes feel like the most decadent space ever. The other a mother of two who has several businesses as well, and is married to a talented and well-known musician (have you ever heard of Pat Green). Yet they both still make time for their companies, for their families, for their friends, customers and community – and each other. HOW?
Getting to sit down and speak with them was a blast. Their no hold back, “hey this is who we are” attitude is what really drew me into the convo more and more. I think one of my biggest take aways from the episode was how supportive they are of each other. They are champions of each others’ personal brands, while also running two companies together AND maintaining a healthy working relationship and a friendship — which can be challenging. Every girl dreams of and having a friend to support, encourage, motivate and work just as hard as her to make that type of success happen. Leaving this episode Kori and Ro just make you feel like anything is possible and you can make it happen. That’s the encouragement we all need these days!” —Kirbe