When Infinity Network Solutions heard the vision behind The Silo’s community project, Dale Gilstrap, the President knew he wanted to be involved. The Silo’s located at 122 Folger Avenue, Easley SC was once the site for Dixing Milling Company. Dale grew up in this mill area and went to school right across the street from the future home of The Silo’s. He knows the area and the community well.
The Desrosiers, owners of Inky’s had a vision. They wanted to cater to blue-collar families. Stacey grew up in a blue-collar family and this was the main motivator behind creating a community gathering space that would cater to the average family in Easley. “The Silo’s is a gift to the community and a way to say thank you to all the people who have been customers of theirs,” Stacey Desrosiers said.
The scope for Infinity Network Solutions was to provide a robust network for not only Inky’s to use, but also for their tenants. The concept of using train cars and having outdoor dining space is very unique but came with its own challenges, as well as working with a building built in the early 50’s. The capable team at Infinity Networks took on and completed the challenge. “I am fully behind this project and future projects the Desrosiers envision for Easley. My company, Infinity Networks, is looking forward to working with them well into the future,” Dale said.
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