Argus Farm Stop owner honored as Washtenaw County Woman of the year
ANN ARBOR, MI -- After spending eight years running Argus Farm Stop in Ann Arbor, Kathy Sample is being recognized for all her efforts as United Way of Washtenaw County’s 2023 Woman of the Year. Sample and her husband, Bill Brinkerhoff, opened Argus Farm Stop in 2014 as a way to support local farmers while also bringing fresh food to Ann Arbor all year long. The couple spoke with many people and had 200 different conversations about creating Argus Farm Stop before it even opened. But helping customers and farmers isn’t the only goal for Argus Farm Stop. To learn more about the Power of the Purse event, visit United Way of Washtenaw County’s website.mlive.com
Small Biz Saturday: Argus Farm Stop adds larger online inventory, makes changes during pandemic
The farm stop had to buy more refrigeration to accommodate the new inventory and to hold online orders. Sample also said the success of the Argus Farm Stop online orders was due to its customers. (Argus Farm Stop)Additionally, Argus Farm Stop implemented grocery delivery for its customers. Currently, both Argus Farm Stop locations are open to customers but are limited to only five at one time. Visit Argus Farm Stop at 325 W. Liberty St. and at 1200 Packard Rd.
Argus Farm Stop to host fifth anniversary celebration Saturday
Argus owners Bill Brinkerhoff and Kathy Sample when they first opened Argus Farm Stop at 325 W. Liberty. (Credit: Destination Ann Arbor)ANN ARBOR - Get ready for music, treats and good old fashioned community fun at Argus Farm Stop at 325 W. Liberty St. on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Husband and wife owners Bill Brinkerhoff and Kathy Sample opened the seven-day-a-week, year-round farmers market concept five years ago. It means that youre going to be eating in season and supporting the local food economy and local farmers, Brinkerhoff told A4 in an October 2017 interview. All About Ann Arbor is powered by ClickOnDetroit/WDIV.