#LanderBiz: One storefront with five unique businesses inside

    #landerbiz, brought to you by the Lander Chamber of Commerce, shares the stories of the local movers and shakers of our Fremont County economy.

    You may have noticed a few new signs on the storefront of 366 Main Street in Lander. I know the purple sign piqued my interest as I drove by.

    That’s because not one, not two, but five different companies now share the space. Each company offers a variety of unique items that are mostly made locally or in Wyoming. Products range from quilts to ammo.


    This shared space allows business owners room to grow, get on their feet and possibly branch out to their own store, shared building owner and The Patriot Coin & Gun owner David Osborn.


    The Patriot Coin & Gun


    A recent addition to the store is Radiant Arts. Owner Amanda Morris specializes in handmade candles, soaps, stained glass, and so much more. Her daughter and a friend also contribute their goods to the store as well.



    Radiant Arts


    Wyoming Quilts and Rockin’ Bobbins also occupy a portion of the store. They offer a variety of quilts as well as quilting supplies.



    Wyoming Quilts & Rockin’ Bobbins


    In the far back of the store, you can find Scott Robeson Custom Woodworking. He has cabinetry, wood art and furniture pieces on display.



    Scott Robeson Custom Woodworking

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