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2023 at Dancing Bee - Todd Kalisz

2023 at Dancing Bee - Todd Kalisz

Hello to all the hobbyists, sideliners, commercial outfits, businesses, and curious parties we work with! My name is Todd Kalisz, and I help people achieve their goals through an intense passion for entrepreneurship, nature, and seeing people succeed.  

We are truly inspired to have the opportunity to work with so many of you!  I'm reaching out because I want to share our successes, and those of the people we serve. We started out with humble beginnings in a horse stall (and my garage too); and have grown to be one of North America's largest suppliers with multiple warehouses, hundreds of dealers, and thousands of customers.

One of my favorite things to work on are new inventions, and products being introduced into the market. We have helped many inventors bring new ideas from concept to customers. Have an idea? I can help. Also at the top of the list is helping others with their  business plans. It is incredibly satisfying assisting customers in growing their dreams into full fledged successful businesses.

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In the next while we will be sharing stories.  At Dancing Bee we empower all our employees by providing the framework to pursue entrepreneurial goals. Through this we have great success, and lessons learned too. We will be introducing staff and their specialties in order to serve the hobbyists, sideliners, commercial outfits, businesses, and curious parties. 

We are here to help you achieve your goals whether it be a beehive in your backyard, sending 10,000 colonies to pollination, or a business venture. Let us know how we can help!

Todd Kalisz (289-771-2623,
CEO Dancing Bee Inc. 

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