Four small businesses pitched their ideas at Wheeling Heritage’s Show of Hands event Wednesday evening at the Artisan Center on Main Street.
Those presenteres were Clientele Art Studio, County Roads BBQ, the RNR Discovery and Learn Center, and SweetZekes Coffee Company.
Clientele Art Studio was the winner, taking home more than $5,000.
Owner Will Wallace said he will use the money to fund an ADA accessible ramp, ensuring access to anyone who would like to visit the East Wheeling gallery and studio space.
Clientele Art Studio has only been open for a short time, but Wheeling Heritage said the business already raised homeless for the Greater Wheelign Coalition for the Homeless at an auction.
To see more of this business, check out their Facebook page.
Congratulations to Clientele Art Studio!