Images/Radio Shack has joined the growing number of local firms to be spotlighted by the Corcoran Rotary Club’s Business to Business program. Owner Debbie Kwast was on hand at last week’s Rotary luncheon to make members of the organization familiar with her products.
The longtime Corcoran businesswoman originally opened as Images 35 years ago, providing photography services and video rentals and sales. Now an authorized Radio Shack franchise, the business is also a payment center for a huge list of customers, provides local Cricket phones and sales plans and offers such niche items as John Deere line of clothing and toys.
In addition to Radio Shack’s signature electronics items, Kwast already expanded to offer Corcoran businesses and residents office supplies–including copy paper and a variety of ink cartridges–before Radio shack recently announced it was partnering with Office Maxx for the same purpose. Local residents can now check locally for a host of office items.
While attending a recent Radio Shack conference, Kwast spoke about the Business to Business program, garbing interest of vendors from throughout the United States.
The Rotary District #5230 project, which is being highly promoted by the Corcoran Rotary, may well now be expanded to a wider audience. Her announcement also helped highlight Rotary.
“This is a great program,” Kwast told Rotarians. “It’s good for everyone: the businesses, the community and Rotary.”
Images/Radio Shack is a member of the local Chamber of Commerce and Kwast has served on the chamber’s board of directors. Her company has sponsored several local sports teams and Kwast was a community leader for the Corcoran 4-H for over 20 years. She was involved in the Christmas Tree Park committee, Academic Boosters and Cotton Heirs. She and her husband, Terry, raised their three children in Corcoran.