BY MARY L. DATCHER | CHICAGO DEFENDER
Two Having a dream takes more than just talking about it. It includes having a concrete plan in place, a solid mission and most important, passion.
Although, having the financial resources to bring this all together moves along the process, it takes passion to battle the challenges that most entrepreneurs face when building a business.
The sheer determination and resilience of Chrishon Lampley is what led to creating Love Cork Screw, a wine brand that has taken off within two years of its creation. Lampley, a former gallery and wine bar owner of Chicago’s Three Peas Art Lounge, realized she had a natural ability as an unofficial sommelier.
“We were an art gallery with great wine. In 2010, we won Chicago’s Best Wine List. I’m the one who wrote the wine list — that’s how I knew I was great at this,” Chrishon Lampley.
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