Located in the heart of Boerne TX, Socially Cured by Breezie Campbell consistently sets the standard for Grazing Art in the Texas, Hill Country. They are proud to be looked to as a leader and visionary in Charcuterie Art & Boutique Catering and will elevate your next gathering with uniqueness, style, and elegance.
What made you venture into business for yourself?
Socially Cured was a vision and dream I shared with my husband. It came out of our mutual passion for fine dining and unique pairings and how they are the core of entertaining. When he passed away in 2019 everything came to a halt.
It took time, but I knew that I could not let loss and grief define me. I wanted to follow our dream and for our children to witness that in darkness you can still find light. After a lot of prayer and petitioning the Lord, Socially Cured was created.
Entertaining is and has always been a huge part of my life. I couldn’t think of a better way to make a living.
What has been proven to be the most difficult part of getting your business going?
Starting a new business, as most know, is ever consuming. As a single mother, the most difficult part of starting Socially Cured was learning how to balance both work and home-life. This meant carving out enough time for each and finding a healthy balance.
What has kept you motivated as your business grows?
Seeing the dream I shared with my late-husband come to life and flourish. I know he would be so proud.
I love when I am around town and a stranger sees my logo and they say “Oh, my gosh…I love your work…I follow you on Instagram!” That right there is so rewarding. That is what keeps me going.
What are your short and long term goals for your business?
The first year is the hardest of any small business owner. So, my short-term goal was to ultimately get through the first year working with a formulated, yet flexible plan. I faced plenty of challenges but I learned that no matter how hard it got I needed to adapt and overcome. I became humbled and gained a new level or respect for all business owners.
My long-term goal is to grow Socially Cured into a business that will allow for more boutique catering options.
Best business advice you’ve ever received?
“Your biggest successes are born out of discomfort, uncertainty, and risk.
How has the community supported your business?
I can’t speak highly enough about how amazingly supportive Boerne-Kendall County has been to Socially Cured. I am so blessed to work in such a remarkable town that rallies around their small businesses.
Since it’s summer, what is your favorite summer charcuterie board to whip up?
During those hot summer nights, you can never go wrong with Burrata. Burrata is an Italian cows milk cheese made from mozzarella and cream. It pairs well with peaches, tomatoes, cantaloupe, & prosciutto. Don’t forget some balsamic glaze to drizzle on top and your favorite refreshing summer cocktail. Cheers!