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|Monday, May 07, 2012|
Business is booming for Cottage Grove-based Pacific Yurts, as the structures gain popularity.
The Cottage Grove company finds itself smartly positioned to capitalize on a bevy of trends both American and international, from the desire for inexpensive vacation housing to green recreation to downsized lifestyles to year-round camping. It’s why Pacific Yurts survived the Great Recession when another Lane County yurt maker, Mindful Living, didn’t. And it’s why [owner Alan] Bair sees a bright future for himself and his 25 to 30 employees.
“We helped create the industry,” he said. “And its uses are only limited by your imagination.”
Read more at The Register-Guard.
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