2020 has been a hard year for everyone being hit with a worldwide pandemic, but one local business person is turning tragedy into triumph amid this unprecedented global shutdown. Nathan Jenkins of Delaware County has decided to pivot into entrepreneurship after his former employer, Joseph’s Bank, closed in his area due to the Covid-19 restrictions. Having been a manager for ten years at the department store, Jenkins got plenty of experience in the clothing and retail space, and is now parlaying that into his first venture in the exciting world of small business ownership.

Originally hailing from Hershey, Pennsylvania, where another great entrepreneur once made his entrepreneurial debut, Jenkins now makes his home in Drexel Hill, where the thirty-six year old is happily married to an elementary school teacher for the past ten years.

Using his initials as inspiration for his home-based clothing business, www.NJJCustom.com is your one-stop shop for custom-made clothing for any and all occasions. Professionals in the business arena will especially like these tailor-made suits for business meetings and trips, and people getting married or having a prom will enjoy the not having to rent a suit knowing their attire was hand-made with care and precision. Small business owners from the Delaware Valley will appreciate adding luxury business wear distributed by a local entrepreneur.

Business ownership runs in the blood of Jenkins’ family, whose father was the first franchisee of the famous Auntie Anne’s pretzel shop since Nathan was six years old, being the first business owner outside his family. This influenced Nathan in many ways and helped shaped him into the small business owner he has become today.

What’s great about supporting Jenkins’ business is the undivided attention you will receive when you contact him for your order. You know that you will get one on one consultation offered to you for your event needs straight from the owner of the shop, and a safe environment will be presented since you will be consulting in a small group.

To order your custom suit, simply contact Jenkins and request a consultation. After all the specs and logistics are ironed out (pun intended), it takes three weeks to create your suit, so make sure to plan well in advance for any event planned. With a custom suit for one to two people, you get a free custom shirt, three to five people you get 10 percent off your order, and for over six people, you will get an amazing fifteen percent off your total orders.

Jenkins likes to give back to the community, helping people in need. He promises to donate a free custom suit for a student in need for their graduation. This is a small business definitely worth supporting.

Follow Jenkins on social media: @NJJCustom