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Mason Greenstar BLOX is makin’ it!

January 29, 2014

Mason Greenstar manufactures building components out of paper waste and a patented blend of binding solutions. Recent developments have led to their engaging in conversations with some very LARGE producers of cellulose. These cellulose producers see using Mason Greenstar processes to turn their refuse into environmentally friendly building materials.

 

Mason Greenstar

Owner/Manager:  Zach Rabon

Nature of Business:  Manufacturing Building Components

City:  Mason, Texas

SBDC Business Advisor:  Peggy Rosser

 

Mason Greenstar manufactures building components out of paper waste and a patented blend of binding solutions. Recent developments have led to their engaging in conversations with some very LARGE producers of cellulose. These cellulose producers see using Mason Greenstar processes to turn their refuse into environmentally friendly building materials.

Zach Rabon, president of the company, was able to secure venture funding which has enable him to expand his production methods.

He is appreciative of the assistance he receives from the ASU SBDC and rural advisor Peggy Rosser. “Peggy was instrumental in helping us put together necessary items for our last investment. Getting this round of funding allowed us to keep everything moving forward. We have retained our employees and are going to be adding a couple more to our team soon. She also helped with our recent meetings with one of the largest cellulose
manufacturers in the US.”

Mason Greenstar was able to expand their business and retain their eight
employees.

 

Mason Greenstar

1451 Landfill Road

Mason, Texas

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      Peggy Rosser

    Business Development Specialist & Rural Business Manager, MA, Certified Business Advisor IV
    peggy.rosser@angelo.edu

    Peggy Rosser joined the SBDC in June 2007. She holds a Master of Arts in Communication Systems Management from Angelo State University. During the past 20+ years, Peggy has owned several businesses and has extensive knowledge in the field of communications, education, furniture, home-based businesses, animal services and RV campgrounds. She can assist with basics of patents and trademarks. Peggy continues to learn about additional industries and uses her entrepreneurial spirit to assist her clients at the SBDC. Peggy is the Rural Business Advisor and assists clients in the following counties: Concho, McCullough, Mason, Kimble, Menard, Sutton, and Schleicher.