West Virginia's Secretary of State drops by an up-and-coming Parkersburg company.
And she likes what she sees.
Secretary Natalie Tennant was there when Wincore Windows and Doors opened its doors.
It's been seven years since, and the company has overcome the challenges of being a new business.
That's why Tennant says she had to stop by to see how much the company has grown.
Tennant says she wants every small business to be a success story - it means job creation.
And creating jobs in West Virginia is priority number one for Tennant as she campaigns for the U.S. Senate..
"On the front lines, they are creating jobs," she says. "They need someone in Washington who will put Wincore first, put the employees of Wincore first, put small businesses first, before Washington."
Tennant toured the plant and talked with employees one-on-one.
Management and staff were excited to show off how much their company has grown since Tennant's last visit.
In the past six months they've landed two national accounts.
But they're staying grounded, selling one window at a time.