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Mac’s Rustic Sports Shop

Rustic Sports Shop, 519 Ensley Street, in Howard City, has been in business over 50 years, and changed ownership May 1, 2014. The business is now owned by Nick and Bob MacTavish. This all around outdoor/hunting and fishing sports shop carries fishing and hunting equipment, including muck boots, bows, arrows, guns and much more. They also offer archery classes at certain times of the year, and even have an archery range upstairs for practice.

“We have a very friendly and interactive environment with our customers,” said the MacTavishes. “Customers tell us all the time, ‘You are always so helpful and informational—that’s why we keep coming back.’”

They said they intend to continue to grow the business and become the best sports shop around.

Hours are 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. For more info, call (231) 937-4372.


Mecosta County Collision

Ted Schneider is well-known in the area as the owner of Tri County Body, since 2001. He recently opened a second business, in Morley, called Mecosta County Collision. The business, located at 505 N. Cass Street, offers full service auto collision repair for all makes and models, auto glass replacement, detailing, motorcycle repairs, towing, and free loaner autos. They also do a tintable stone guard for vehicles.

“We strive to make the customer happy at all times,” said Ted. “And we will come to your location for onsite estimates. Customers say all the time ‘you always bend over backwards for us that’s why we keep coming back!’”

Mecosta County Collision is open 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. Call (231) 307-3101 for more information.

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