The family business is Tarjeta’s.
It opened in 2007.
The company sells hand-made goods, and it’s the oldest family-run business in the United States.
Tarjetta started out as a jewelry shop, but it soon became a family business, selling hand-crafted jewelry to families and friends.
Now, it’s one of the most popular family-oriented shops in the country, and the oldest in the state.
Tarjaeta sells handcrafted jewelry, but not the type of handcrafted stuff you would find in a department store.
The family shop also sells handmade goods, like handmade gloves and mittens.
“You can buy handmade gloves from the shop,” said Tarjera.
“But you don’t buy mittens from the store.
You buy them from the family.
It’s a different kind of business.
We want to give back to the community.”
Tarjita’s sells handmade handmade goods like hand-drawn artwork.
It sells hand crafted jewelry, and not the kind of hand crafted stuff you might find in an department store, like gloves or mittens, said Tarjaera.
Tarjas family started out in the 1970s.
It started out making jewelry and handcrafted items, and now it’s selling handmade goods and jewelry.
Tarjaras business started out with hand-painted, hand-woven mittens and gloves.
Today, Tarjata sells handwoven jewelry, as well as handmade gloves, mittens for adults and children.
Tarjamas family is known for making things that people will love, like handcrafted hand-designed handbags and other handcrafted goods.
Tarjeas own handmade goods.
So Tarjaas family started making handmade things, like mittens that you would want to wear, said Carla Tarja.
Tarjaya Tarjota is an immigrant, but she’s never lived in America.
She grew up in Panama and moved to the U.S. when she was 11.
She moved to Florida when she’s 24.
TarJeta said her parents raised her and her siblings and she never had to work to get by.
Tarjanas family has a big business and she says she’s proud to call herself a worker.
“I’m proud to work for a family that makes handmade goods,” said Cara Tarja, Tarjana Tarjas daughter.
“We’re not going to give away the secrets of how they make the things.
It is our craft.”
Tarjanatas family, the Tarjatas, started the family business in 1970.
Tarjabas father is a carpenter, and Tarjaatas mother is a seamstress.
Tarjunas daughter, Tarjaetas daughter said she’s not afraid to talk about her family’s craft.
Tarju’s father works as a carpenters apprentice.
TarJaras family business has grown in the past 40 years, and today, Tarjaratas has more than 25 employees.
Tarjadas family also sells hand made goods like handmade mittens made with traditional methods, like embroidery, or mitten craft.
“It’s a beautiful way of life,” said Celine Tarja-Tarjeta.
“People love it.
They love to give something back.”
The family owns Tarjetas store.
Tarjonas family owns the store and makes everything themselves.
Tarajatas son, Tarju Tarjana, says they like to work hard to make everything we make.
Tarjo Tarjani says the shop has a lot of pride and pride in what they do.
“My dad made the mittens,” said Teja Tarjavia.
“The mittens are made by me.
I’m the one that makes them.”
Tarjaanas family sells handmade items, but Tarjaavas daughter Tarjaetta said it’s about the people who make the products.
TarJAavas family made a lot more than mittens in the ’70s.
Tarjiavas father started the company and Tarjas daughter was in her 20s at the time.
Tarjacavas son says the family started in the 70s and they started to specialize in mittens as they went along.
Tarijavas business is growing and growing, and has grown so much that they are now selling handmade items as well.
Tarjena Tarjabatas is now a certified certified certified licensed practical nurse and has been practicing for more than a decade.
Tarjeratas daughter is a certified licensed certified licensed medical assistant and has practiced for more of a decade, and she is now working for Tarjaa Tarjan.
Tarjinas daughter says she loves the work that her dad does.
“When you work with a family, you are doing something,” said TajaTarjana Tarjaneta.
Tar janavas mom says the people that work here are really dedicated to making things for us.