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Montana Made: 504 Square Feet puts a different spin on pottery

August 8, 2017View for printing

"We decided to focus on Montana pride pottery because we love the area so much," said Kramer. "Montana is such a unique place they like to have something that reminds them of their Montana home."

For the last five years, 504 Square Feet has been putting a different spin on pottery.

In 2012, Cassy Crafton Kramer was working 50-60 hours a week as a business development manager for an Oregon company.

When her son was born, she realized her cooperate job was keeping her from valuable family time and decided to make a change.

"We decided that family time and doing something that we truly loved that was going to enhance our family experience was way more important than getting a big pay check," said Kramer.

To make the dream of opening a pottery studio a reality, the Kramer's initially gave up cable, smart phones and their brand new cars to make way for a new kind of life.

By Samantha Harrelson - MTN News

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