The Way up for His Business Was via SnapCab’s Unique Niche – Philadelphia Business Journal

WARRINGTON — Glenn Bostock was working as a cabinetmaker in the early 1980s and getting paid poorly doing it when he decided to become his own boss. Bostock had been building things in his father’s basement since the age of 10 and figured at 23 years old he could make just as good a living on his own with his skills. So, Bostock set up shop in a barn in Bucks County with a mud floor and a ceiling so low that he couldn’t fully appreciate the cabinets he made until he got them home and could tilt them upright.

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