Starting a new business is never easy.  Especially one selling building materials in 2008.  Unfortunately many companies, even those established in time and tradition, undertook those trying economic years and failed.  In retrospect, we have always seen those years as formative to the tenacity and vigor of Worth Supply.  We had to remain somewhat fluid and be willing to change the model of the company to meet the needs of the economy.  I can't help but wonder what companies who experienced years of success felt like going into those years of decline.  For us it was almost normal.  We felt a lot like Bane when he said: "Oh, you think darkness is your ally. But you merely adopted the dark; I was born in it, molded by it."  Now we were never as cool as Bane, but just as the Great Depression shaped our forefathers, the Great Recession shaped us. We weren't fighting for miles we were scrapping in the street for inches; All-the-while trying to maintain a value based and customer minded business model. We take little for granted.  We are gracious for what blessings have been given to us, do the best with what we have, and squander little.

Here's a retro article and interview to give some perspective from back in the early days!

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