Throughout history, the path towards growing a city into a community has been closely tied to infrastructure… especially the infrastructure of travel. Are high-speed electric vehicle charging stations the next great moneymaker for small towns everywhere?
This isn't about big-box retailers like Kroger, Publix, or Stop-N-Shop. This is about the rural phenomena that I feel is already and potentially could be an even bigger physical location for the introduction and distribution of technology in rural environments.
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