My name is Betty Jane Owen. I wrote a book about my mother-in-law, the late Sally Stanford, also known as Marsha Owen, and it prepared me—and I know other people, who have stories about their mothers, aunts, someone in the family that took the steps to make a living for their children—to be a businesswoman, long before businesswomen were even heard of. This began in the 1920s, all the way through World War II to the present day. The person I have with me this morning is Bob Giusti.

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