Four years ago, Trevor and Kendra Patterson were selling lumber out of their 3,000-square-foot pole barn on the outskirts of Leslie and Mason. The business grew so quickly, they expanded to a 27,000-square-foot space in downtown Mason in the early summer of 2017.
Story and photos: SHANDRA MARTINEZ
You might call Copper Nail a successful failure. It was supposed to be a senior center with a little shop. Instead, it became a successful retail shop that brings seniors together.
In this issue:
- Summer-long legislative calendar released
- Senate committee reports e-prescribing, telepharmacy bills
- Legislature approves delayed 9-1-1 technology requirement
- Governor signs ban on sales to e-cigarettes/vapor products to minors
- Déjà vu: legislature talks removing sales tax on gas
Summer-long legislative calendar released
It’s going to be a long summer in Lansing.