SYLACAUGA, Ala. – If you’re out and about in Sylacauga and the surrounding area, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve met at least one member of the dynamic sales duo of Katie Wesson and Jada Holland.
They go everywhere, they do everything, and they meet everyone. The RadioAlabama sales team runs on Moringa tea and Protein2o, and they’re not stopping until the deal is sealed.
On “What’s The Scoop?” I follow the pair as they see what’s happening around town. Let’s just hope these two don’t get me into too much trouble.
The first stop this time around was Sol Tapatio, Sylacauga’s newest Mexican restaurant. Located in Victorian Village, Sol Tapatio offers an authentic take on classic dishes such as tacos, quesadillas, and chicken tostadas (Katie’s favorite).
Or you can give the cow tongue, referred to as lengua, a try. The pair did, and Jada said it was good as long as you don’t think about what it is.
Next on the Victorian Village tour was DLS Medical Billing and Consulting. I’m sure going somewhere that deals with medicine had absolutely nothing to do with just having tried cow tongue for the first time.
DLS specializes in educating and helping their customers with healthcare billing and HIPAA, which stands for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, compliance.
In terms of compliance, Katie had to look up the definition and Jada said her hip hasn’t been compliant in years.
However, both said that they could be in line for a new job. After this is published, all three of us may need one.
The renaissance tour of Victorian Village continued as Jada and Katie took off to beautify themselves at Mist of Eden. An alarm happened to go off when I, a man, went through the door because even more care would be needed.
Mist of Eden is a natural body care and cosmetics store owned by Marian Petty. Massages, detoxifications, manicures, and more are offered from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. every day or by appointment only.
*Editor’s Note: Katie and Jada are already beautiful inside and out, so they passed on the options available this time.
It was time to leave Victorian Village. The pair took off to the Son of a Junkman vintage thrift store on Hwy 280 where they found literally everything. Just look at all the two discovered there.
It figures that both enjoyed their time perusing and shopping no matter what the products available are. Once they started looking around, I was convinced they would never make it back to the station again.
Owner David Dorantes offered to buy Jada’s outfit from her, but she refused.
The last visit was to Citizens Finance to celebrate their grand opening. Citizens Finance is an agency that helps with loan payments for almost anything you can think of.
I’m not quite sure the loan possibilities are what caught the eye of the combo. Instead, they applied for a great photo opportunity.
If one thing is for certain, when these two hit the town together, you never know exactly what you’re getting into.
This has been your Scoop served by Jada and Katie.