Recycling continues in Red Lodge

Photo by Alastair Baker Scott Wilson of Cardboard Unlimited

All area business owners should know that as of January 2014, Norm Mance may have retired, but local Scott Wilson will be taking Norm’s place as cardboard recycler. Many in the community know Wilson and are familiar with his professionalism but for those who don’t know him personally, here’s some background on this Red Lodge resident. He has been married for 20 years. His wife and he moved to Red Lodge 14 years ago from Tucson, Ariz. They love the tight community that Red Lodge provides for them to raise their two daughters. Wilson is a stay at home dad to their newest addition and this opportunity to acquire Cardboard Unlimited has come at a perfect time in his life. To all local business owners he said, “I hope to service your business in the future.” If anyone has any questions about the services he provides, he is very accessible, “Please don’t hesitate to call me.” Wilson will maintain the high personal service standards that Mance has maintained for so many years and looks forward to continuing good relationships with local businesses. He was handpicked and trained by Mance as the right man for the job. “I feel good knowing Scott is taking it over,” said Mance. He is confident that with Wilson, the work he started 20 years ago, will be done right and continue as a local business. Contact: 425-5747 or Scott0299@msn.com.