In our normal busy lives, many of us are rushing from school or work, then out doing fun things, and not spending much time at home. Now that we are at home constantly, some of us are realizing we’re staring at blank walls. That’s what happened to Dave Best, and he decided to do something about it.
Best, the director of engineering at Mile Two, a Dayton-based software company, started working from home and took note of his bare walls. It not only triggered him to buy art, but to help facilitate others to do the same.
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Story excerpt provided by Dayton Daily News.
Written by Libby Ballengee.
Originally published April 27, 2020.