Tag: Weber County

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Pay it forward, Riding Reflections Adult Riding Club

Here at Kottage Kupboard, we are so excited to announce that we will be sponsoring Riding Reflections Adult Riding Club  this year. They are an adult horse riding club in District 2 of the Utah State Western Riding Clubs Association (USWRCA). Which basically means, these ladies and gentleman go out, have a good time on horses, and sometimes compete. LOL, no no, they have practice every Monday morning starting in April in Plain City, Utah at the ridding arena. And work very hard together as a team to not only improve themselves, but the communication they have with their equines. 

KK’s Code of Ethics

At Kottage Kupboard, LLC. everyone should feel like they are being listened to and heard. Ethical issues and dilemmas happen on a daily basis, it is this company’s goal to help facilitate a work/show environment that maintains a high ethics standard and where employees/vendors feel comfortable in sharing the concerns with management. Everyone can benefit from an ethical workplace. We want to empower employees to feel confident with the power to help prevent mistakes from being made.

Code of Ethics

As a progressing business owner, I have found through my school work that ethics are a huge responsibility, and not one to take lightly. Right now, we are working on a Code of Ethics for Kottage Kupboard, LLC. These are set rules and guidelines of how we as a business want to run ethically. 

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Craft Wars TV Show

Oh…golly….miss…..molly! Have you ever taken time to see this show? It gives me heartburn, screaming ‘oh no’, and ‘are you serious?’. Not only does it make me want to get off the computer and copy what I see online, but it also makes me…

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Northern Utah Craft fair extraordinaire, The Kottage Kupboard is celebrating its 26th year running. Clear your calendars for the 2018 “Cornstalks & Pumpkins” this Fall.