Traverse City Record-Eagle


July 3, 2013

College education getting put to use


“I would like to stock at least 300 trailers in the future,” Koseba said. “There is so much variety…you can take one trailer and then modify it in a dozen ways.”

Koseba also hopes to stock 15 to 20 vehicles on site but said his current location limits the amount of inventory zoning allows and could limit expansion. He is working with township officials and recently purchased the adjacent Hilltop Auto Wash.

Caldwell thinks the business has a bright future. He said watching Koseba open and operate his own business leaves him with a similar goal.

“Opening your own business is a huge risk, but success comes from taking risks,” Caldwell said. “I give credit to any business owner, no matter how large or small. Young entrepreneurs are what we need in today’s society.”

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