To all my valued Customers, Friends and Colleagues
I wanted to take this chance to relate some new information about our status of
our business Simple Fish and Chips inc.
Some of you may know we have been closed since the new year due to some personal issues that my wife and I had to deal with and we were not able to operate the business during this time.
We appreciate everyone's continuous support throughout the last two years and we will never forget the friendships we made during all the local events, markets and festivals but after considering changing our life and the new changes (baby) about to happen we realized that we couldn't get in a profitable position and we were losing our shirts, the costs to open and maintaining this high costing establishment was unforgiving. We did try to change our model a few times to adapt and restructure but paid big for each decision we made... enough not to let us bounce back.
We apologizes for any inconvenience over the last few weeks, be assured that Candice and I are okay now but we decided to let go of our dream and hoping it may have opened bigger doors for us to continue educating, we feel confident we will stay involved with the community and continue to be part of the slow food market, festivals and events but for now we are concentrating on us as a family.
The concept should still live on, think sustainable, think local and vote with your wallet!
Its a hard time for everyone right now, to survive as a community we must stick together as a community and shop local at any cost.
Thanks for taking the time to read our obituary blog and we apologize again if we have disappointed your stomachs, we never meant to sink the ship but the waters were way to deep to begin with, we just thought we could of stay a float!
If anyone should have any questions or are in possession of our "fish stocks" please contact us by email or visit us at the new location of the slow food market on Sundays to continue to use them to purchase sustainable seafood at my booth.
This is my successful failure fish tale...