The Kyte Post
By Kevin Haynes, Kyte Founder and CEOSunday, July 17, 2016
Kyte Post Section: The Kyte Post
During tough times, I know how easily we can forget why we started sending postcards to inmates. It is during times like these that trail blazing is especially challenging, but this is also when the road less traveled is most meaningful and critical.
We’ve all faced times in our lives when the street wasn’t paved as smoothly as we would like. I am 100% sure that KyteSketch.com has seen some pretty large potholes in trying to provide the perfect inmate postcard. But, as with any hurdle come opportunities and possibilities. Today we have the ability to demonstrate, to ourselves and to our community that producing an inmate-focused postcard is truly a passion. Ultimately, the evidence will be reflected in how often we facilitate correspondence between inmates and their loved ones. For half a decade I have been personally dedicated to helping families connect.
I have written and mailed hundreds of letters to hundreds of inmates since 2011. They shared their stories through letters, and I was so grateful for the chance to read them. I tell them that the staff at KyteSketch.com is donating their time and resources to make things better -one prisoner at a time. I hope that in the future I will be able to connect with more of them and to thank them in person for helping to make KyteSketch.com a reality and a story of triumph. But, if I don’t have that chance, please allow me to do so here. Thank you.
So, let’s blaze a trail that leads our company to a prosperous future, even if it seems like an uphill battle. I’ll be with you every step of the way. You can count on that.
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