“Mary Hipp was leaving it up the imagination.
It was a hot afternoon in early September, and Hipp was standing inside a giant warehouse, a cathedral of exposed pipes and unpainted walls that echoed with the vibrations of oscillating industrial fans.
“Things have been happening very quickly in here,” she said. “We literally didn’t even have walls about six weeks ago.”
Wearing a hard hat, a casual button-up shirt and blue jeans, Hipp could’ve been mistaken for a construction site supervisor, not a veteran of the restaurant industry and current board chair of the Upstate nonprofit Feed and Seed.
But Hipp has been wearing many hats — literal and metaphorical — over the last few years and the result of all that work will soon bloom within this very warehouse.”
Source: Greenville Journal, September 2021