Small Business Spotlight: Wrentham Royalty, Wrentham
April 22, 2015
With the owner of Wrentham Royalty, Megan Choate at King Philip Regional High School.
Megan Choate is a busy senior at King Philip Regional High School and headed to college in the fall, but that has not stopped her from opening and operating her own small business, Wrentham Royalty.
Established in October of last year, Wrentham Royalty is a local entertainment company that offers princess parties to children of all ages across southeastern Massachusetts. Being an avid drama student who enjoys working with children, Megan was inspired to make her passion for the arts into a business reality, and it has been growing steadily ever since.
With seven characters to choose from and more coming soon, Choate and her staff help to liven up countless events, holiday gatherings, and birthday parties by bringing the performance to you. Additionally, Megan has been working hard to foster strong partnerships with other businesses in the area, having recently been contracted by Patriot Place and The Proctor Mansion Inn in Wrentham for various special occasions.
At such a young age, Megan’s perseverance and drive are truly admirable. I was impressed by her unique and creative small business which adds a great service to Wrentham and the surrounding communities. I am eager to witness Wrentham Royalty’s continued growth and hope that her story encourages other students her age to take risks.
For more information on Wrentham Royalty, please visit http://wrenthamroyalty.weebly.com/.
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