As you can imagine, our business model has changed several times over the years. We used to travel for trade shows, at one point we were trade only, and we hopped onto the online retail space waaaay late.
But once we did go towards retail, it slowly became our primary source of income. And then we had to figure out how to market our products on social media.
To say online marketing is a learning curve is an understatement. And as a small business, you know we're doing our best to figure it out on our own.
The truth is, we can't take full credit. A couple of years ago, we decided it was time to start collaborating with online creators to grow our following and extend our reach.
Today it's safe to say that we're grateful for those who share their Stray. In an industry that now sells on social, we extend our deepest appreciation to our Stray Dog brand ambassadors. These are the creators that spread the good Stray Dog word.
Scroll below to see some of our favorite brand partnerships and the incredible spaces they've created:
Kelli has the Pineapple Lamp.
Ariel has the Norma Lamp.
Amber has the Olive Chandelier.
Gwen has the Arlo Chandelier.
Dorothy has the Serena Chandelier.