Wabash Entrepreneur Pivots Business Amid COVID-19 Challenges
Wabash, Ind.—What do you do when your business is heavily impacted by an unexpected pandemic? Wabash entrepreneur Scott Frazier, who developed and successfully owned and operated All Out Dyno Drags for a number of years, saw demand for his unique entertainment and recreation business—which offers stationary drag racing at various motorcycle events throughout the U.S.—fizzle out in 2020 due to quarantines and crowd fears related to COVID-19.
So he went back to “boots on the ground” to combat the very reason that his business was brought to a standstill. “After months of research, I decided to launch a new business by turning a negative 2020 into a positive 2021 New Year, taking on the spread of the coronavirus through promoting a germ-free environment,” Frazier said. His new business, called Steamy Hot, offers fogging and sanitation as well as power steaming and cleaning services to ensure one’s home or business remains virus-free. The company uses an all-natural and chemical-free method with a proven track record, according to Frazier.
But Steamy Hot’s services don’t end there. In addition to fog sanitation, Steamy Hot also offers mosquito and lawn control, cleaning of BBQ grills and fire pits, detailing of boat interiors and engine bays, power washing of driveways and sidewalks, paint chip removal and a variety of other services.
Frazier is a client of the Northeast Indiana Small Business Development Center, where he received start-up assistance for his new venture. For more information, visit www.isbdc.org or call 260-481-0500.