Thanks to the hard work of Mosley and others, it’s a dream Horn can be confident of. Because it’s not just pieces of the past Mosley can see when he looks out his window; there’s also a glimpse of a brighter future.
Mosley is confident the customers will come back. Horn’s barn has been rebuilt. A new fence lines the six acres of land. Where a flattened warehouse once stood, there’s now a team of builders laying the foundation of a new, larger building. The old building was 12,000 square feet; the new one should be completed by March and will be triple the size and come outfitted with the latest equipment.
“It took a tornado, but we needed an upgrade and now we’re getting it,” Mosley said. “We’re regrouping and are going to come back stronger and better. Morale is higher. The day we walk into that new office and leave to go home, that’s when it will feel like we’ve finally made it.”
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