The train is leaving the station.
As I said in the last newsletter, 2012 looks to be a great year for Blue Mountain Station. We have somegreat opportunities developing.
The first question we get from people we talk to about locating their food processing business in Blue Mountain Station is, “do you have anybody there right now or do you have a building up yet?”
In the very near future the answer to both of those questions will be yes. Jennie’s article explains about the $750,000 we now have to go forward with our first building. Our vision has always been to form a cluster of natural and organic artisan food processors. We have wanted to have a way to help smaller local entrepreneurs become established in this growing market. This grant is going to set Blue Mountain Station in motion. We will be able to have a multi-tenant building that offers smaller spaces from 500 sq. ft. and up. This building may look similar to a old railroad roundhouse.
With the interest that has already been generated, this building will fill up fast. If you have been thinking about getting more information about Blue Mountain Station, or have been waiting to see if this was really going to happen, now would be a good time to check us out. Leases will be very affordable and if you commit soon you will be able to have input into the direction of the project and first choice for space.
Our location enables us to supply local foods to the Portland, Seattle, Spokane, Tri-Cities and Yakima markets. Located in the Walla Walla valley and Washington’s best agricultural region, Blue Mountain Station is a great home for natural and organic food processing.
If you are interested in discussing the Blue Mountain Station business opportunity for artisan food processors and co-packers, contact me at 509-551-1913 or firstname.lastname@example.org. I would enjoy discussing Blue Mountain Station, and am waiting to hear from you!
* This is an initial conceptual image; the final building may be different in both size and design.