Monday, July 30, 2012

KVK turns STOREROOM into STORE at his home in 4 hours

The "NEVER  GIVE  UP" Businessman and Hope ( Preacher - Khrystus Wallace has turned a store room at his home into a mini store and display centre for

Wallace, who also is also founder of Dare 2 Be Different International (, a ministry geared at impacting and empowering youth said that as he moulds Youth Business Owners under his ministry's Mission Mobilization Programme -, he wanted to lead by example and show them that also things are tough and slow, they should use what they have around them to make life and NEVER  GIVE  UP!

Wallace has already helped several Youth start their own businesses through help and guidance and seeks SPONSORSHIP and funding so that he can help to empower and i)mpact more youth. (Interested Parties wishing to sponsor this leg of Dare 2 Be Different can email him at: or BB PIN: 220067D8)

No one who steps into the store would guess that it once housed barrels and boxes and yard equipment. Wallace said the project took him a little less than four (4) hours to complete and it is already open for business.

Since Wallace primarily works from HOME and ONLINE, he was proud to comment that his mini store or mini mall which will be selling nearly everything is open from 10am to 10pm and customers can also come to place printing orders at during that time. He said goods from a New Website Blog called St. Kitts - Nevis Souvenirs ( will also be available for sale at his new STOREROOM turned STORE site.

Clients wishing to come before 10am or after 7pm have to call 869-465-2585 or BB PIN: 220067D8 to make the company aware in advance.

"Yes no other local or regional print shop offers these work and service hours at all. Imagine you can come to get your name on your child's bag at 9pm after work or print your company logo on your blouse or shirt or even purchase a St. Kitts-Nevis Souvenir at 9:45pm as a last minute gift if you're travelling in the morning. KVK just continues to be as innovative as possible to serve you."

Wallace recommends that late night customers use Credit/Debit cards to pay.

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