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Fleet Feet Winston-Salem – The Challenge to Give Back Every Single Day


Wesley Korir, a shoe fitter with Mission: Feet First charity

Faith and family – and always, always giving back – has been the guiding foundation in life for Emily and Keith Davis, owners of Fleet Feet in both Winston-Salem and Clemmons. Thankfully, their retail business is the perfect platform to serve the community with something everyone needs – shoes!

When they started the business in August of 2006, Emily and Keith were also launching their most important venture – starting a family – and the balancing act was real! But, their steadfast faith in God kept them going – and today, daughters Addison, 16, Hope, 14, and Samantha, 8, have been a part of all their ministry efforts.

“Our kids have been to countless shoe fittings with us and have served with us in Kenya,” shares Emily. “Addison, our oldest, went with us when she was only six, and she will tell you that it changed her life.”

They have now devoted their entire hearts to a program that they created in Kenya. The next mission trip for the group is set to take place in March 2024.

“Selling shoes does get old!” says Emily. “We knew there had to be more than that!”

The entire Fleet…

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