Women-Run Gourmet Catering Company Gives Refugee Women A Fresh Start

** OGTV salutes the International Day Of Tolerance with a story about how two women's search for personal fulfillment led to the creation of a catering company that teaches women refugees who recently emigrated the creative culinary practice and business skills they need to succeed. **

The global refugee crisis is ever-present in the news these days, but the United States has received displaced peoples from all over the world for a long time now. The catering company we'll tell you about today found in this crisis the inspiration for its mission: to train and employ refugee women who are eager to establish new, fulfilling lives in their new homes.

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After Losing Her Husband In Combat, This Marine Widow Created A Veterans-Focused Business

The loss of a partner can completely derail a life. For young Brittney Hogan, that nearly happened, until she found her path out of the darkness.

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Leidel's is the Apple of it's Community's Eye

** OGTV's second GOOD BUSINESS playlist video of the week is a timely Fall story about a Minnesota family that has been growing apples on their farm for over 100 years and how the next generation is ready to step in and keep their tradition alive. **

Apple-picking is a fall tradition that holds years of memories for friends and families--especially for the Leidel family! Leidel's Apples is a family run apple stand that been operating for over 100 years in La Crescent, Minnesota.

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Organizations and Brands Doing Good - Good Business (Trailer)

A key focus of running any business these days is being "socially responsible", or acting in a way that benefits society. OGTV has put together our best stories about companies, big and small, who are preserving our planet, caring for those in need, rescuing animals in distress, or improving the education and welfare of people around the globe. Watch all of our GOOD BUSINESS stories here!

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New Mermaid School Promotes Fitness and Fun

** OGTV's First GOOD STORY of the week is about an innovative way a young woman is helping both kids and adults get a cardio workout while having fun at her Mermaid School. **

This mermaid school is helping people to live out a childhood dreams! Marielle Chartier Henault founded Aquasirene, Canada's first mermaid school in early February 2015. Born with an imaginary fin, Marielle spent much of her childhood in the water and was inspired to educate another generation of water lovers after taking part in an under water photo shoot with a mermaid tail.

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4th Generation Tire Business Thrives With Unbreakable Bond

** For National Bosses Day, we honor the memory of our friend, neighbor, and small business owner who passed on recently, Tim Currie. Thanks to his loving family, Currie Tire continues to thrive as it has for over 90 years. **

Tim Currie is a devoted family man, just like the two generations of Currie's before him. He is the proud owner of Currie Tire of Norwalk, CT, which was started by his grandfather LJ Duck Currie in 1929. His two sons, Adam and Tim Jr, have also decided to follow in their family footsteps and inherit the dream of generations past that started 86 years ago.

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Empowering Kids Through Their Cultural Heritage and Their Music

** OGTV is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with this story about an arts program that not only teaches their students musical skills, but also encourages them to be proud of their cultural heritage. **

In a sun-filled church in Stamford, Connecticut, a small group of young students sit with their musical instruments. Among them are many instruments you'd expect to see in a classroom—like violins and guitars—and also several that you may have never seen before, like the South American Charango and a Caribbean steel drum. That would give you your first hint that you're not looking at a standard music class. This is an INTEMPO class.

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Helping the “Unhoused” One Shower At A Time

** Watch this OGTV "GOOD STORY" about a woman in San Francisco who figured out a way to repurpose out-of-service buses into showers that provide this critical service to the Unhoused. **

What is universally despised in large, modern, metropolitan areas more than its public transportation, and in particular, the city bus? Slow, crowded, unpleasant – it mostly reminds us of lean times of struggle. However, a creative group of folks from San Francisco have come up with a brilliant idea that repurposes this inner city workhorse, converting it from a people mover to a mobile oasis where unhoused neighbors can seek comfort.

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