A Q&A with gita owner LaToya Tucciarone, founder & CEO of SustainAble Home Goods, mom, world traveler, and community builder living the walkable life in Georgia.
Neighborhood: Decatur, Georgia
Time logged with gita: 7 hours
Longest gita trip: .5 miles
Favorite place to bring gita: The park
Nickname for gita: Bobert
I love the walkability of our city which creates a greater sense of community. SO many families! It’s one of the reasons people move to Decatur. We have a festival for EVERYTHING! Wine, beer, books! Decatur even shuts down the mail road once a year to turn it into a giant sandbox for the kids. We have a well-known college in the heart of the city so we have had visitors such as Oprah, Bryan Stevens and others come and speak!
I love having my store at Ponce City Market. It truly feels like you are a part of shaping the culture of Atlanta! Ponce has been a brilliant platform for us to educate people about fair trade, ethical purchasing, and sustainability, while making it very accessible for them to enter into that new, better world of consumerism.
Super cute. I love the phone charging abilities and the Bluetooth® speaker.
More fun. [gita] has helped us to be more mindful to seek out opportunities to walk around our neighborhood.
For sure! People would be healthier, see each other more, feel more connected and of course there would be less harm on the environment!
“What is that?” Is the typical response from adults. Giggles and finger pointing from kids! We tell them it’s a robot that helps to make communities more walkable!
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