Seed Co-working in downtown Sylvania?

–by Fred LeFebvre
PUBLICATION DATE: 03.21.17

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.
People may contact them at:

hi@seedcoworking.com

please include:
name
age
and any information on what your interest is in Seed Coworking.

Also visit: seedcoworking.com

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