We believe in human equality. It is that simple. Taking a stand with the LBGTQ community in various ways, partnering with Habit for Humanity on their initiatives for affordable housing, and being an active member on the Connected Commerce Council’s Board of Directors is just the beginning for us. As a small business that started from the ground and built what it is today over long days, hard work and more sweat than we can discuss we understand the need for equality and having the ability to be treated in such as way that allows and promotes success.
Letter to the Editor
Stella Crewse CEO of Morgan Miller Plumbing, Board Member of Connected Commerce Council, penned this letter to share insight on how small business is affected by decisions made for larger corporations by government.
Habitat for Humanity Partnership
Joining forces with Habitat for Humanity was an easy decision for us. Their focus on affordable housing paired with our business model allows for Habitat homeowners to have access to our services but also allows us the opportunity to give back and encourage others to follow our lead.
Small Business Advocates
Years ago (many years ago) Jeff Morgan quit his job working for a chain plumbing company, he simply didn’t like the way they did things, especially the way they treated their employees. He knew he could not go home to his wife Kelly without a game plan for what he would do next. That day Morgan Miller Plumbing was born.
For over twenty years Jeff has been a small business owner, he knows how hard it is but loves it and that is why the passion for other small business owners exists.
Before Facebook was a big deal Jeff discovered it by talking to a few friends about planning a high school reunion. The next day he walked into the office, told everyone they would be on the Book Face, a new social website that would help them grow the brand and take them to the next level.
Fast forward to today. Jeff has traveled to Facebook many times as a member of the Small Business Council, sharing ideas and information with other small business owners, creating life long friendships, being a mentor and enjoying the “ride.”
Being part of the community now looks different as a small business owner your local community matters but so does your digital community.
This partnership with Facebook has opened up so many doors for Morgan Miller Plumbing, paths we never planned on taking we have walked. In 2017 Stella Crewse, CEO of MMP was featured as a speaker for International Women’s Day. She was broadcast internationally over Facebook connecting with women all over the world.