New Year, New Store For Transition To Betterness


New Year, New Store For Transition To Betterness

Another year is over and with all that happened (or did not happen) in 2020, it’s for the best. It is now time to toast our survival and welcome 2021.

Although a vaccine is being rolled out and we must follow health guidelines to stay safe, large events are still unable to take place.

One event in January we always look forward to is the Transition to Betterness (T2B) gala. Since this issue features charities in many of our columns, we kick-start this edition with an update on T2B.

“We are so proud to introduce our newest initiative — the T2B Merchandise Store!” exclaims Amber Hunter, Executive Director. “Looking good never felt so good, get #T2BComfy with the warmth of charitable giving.”

T2B wants you to wear comfort so you can give comfort to those in need. Proceeds from their merchandise store go into supporting 20+ comfort based programs for our community.

Hunter adds, “Thank you to our #T2BYouth Ambassadors for being our models. They not only spread awareness for us, but support us consistently by volunteering and fundraising! They’re an inspiring group of leaders.”

To see a catalog visit the website There is plenty of swag for everyone with all kinds of apparel, socks, drink ware, accessories and more to choose from, including doggie bandanas!

It’s the perfect gift for any occasion and you help a local charity too. Now what can be better than that!

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Deborah Jones – Publisher of Biz X Magazine Deborah Jones graduated from the University of Windsor with an Honours Degree in Communication Studies and was employed at two other local magazines shortly after for a few years learning all she could about writing, advertising, public relations and more. She made the jump in 1998 to go out on her own to publish Biz X magazine and has worked in the publishing industry since 1990. In 2007, she earned the “Entrepreneur of the Year” award from the Windsor & District Chamber of Commerce. To date, she is the ONLY woman so far to receive this award. In 2013, she received one of the first “Windsor Women of the Year” awards from the Ladies Exclusive Alliance. Her most recent achievement is a “2016 Vocational Service Award” from the Rotary Club of Windsor Roseland. Deborah is proud to live in Windsor and truly cares about each and every business and strives to make Windsor Essex the best place to live, work and play.