Seed Co-working in downtown Sylvania?

–by Fred LeFebvre

Is Seed Coworking coming to downtown Sylvania? Bill Sanford, economic development director for the city, thinks it’s an idea with some merit. Don Miller, a Sylvania resident, and his business partner Adam Hansen visited with Fred LeFebvre on 1370 WSPD to talk about a possible expansion move to downtown Sylvania. Miller and Hansen find the downtown area attractive and ripe for a Seed Coworking office sometime in the near future. Seed Coworking offers wireless internet, conference room, and work space for a monthly membership fee.

The pair would like input from interested individuals in the Sylvania area.
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