Josh Davis owns JD's Bodega in downtown Boise, and he's also a board member for Fair, Idaho, which helps local growers get their goods into retail and the Treasure Valley and throughout Idaho. Josh had very specific thoughts about what his bodega and others should consider. David Sparks, Idaho. Ag Today before. Speaker2: We had even opened our doors, there was already word that another bodega or two were going to open up in Boise. And that's totally fine, and I'm not necessarily concerned about that. My only concern with things like that is that people understand that they can be independent and that they're not necessarily tied together. Although we may open additional locations at some point, we're trying to build something really special. And when other people open up, if people think that they're all under the same ownership, if they have a bad experience somewhere else, I don't want that to reflect on us. But as far as volume of customers and what we're doing, we just kind of try to keep our head down, focus on what we do and do the best job we can at that. I don't really get too caught up in what may transpire or what may not transpire or who's going to open up What I think what we're trying to build is the customers will find special. And that same thing about we want people to have a good, enjoyable experience when they come to our establishment. I don't want us to be really a convenience store. I don't want people walk in and have that look and feel of it's just generic. Speaker1: So Josh's bodega and others will add a lot of flavor to downtown Boise.