Dave’s Killer Bread co-founder Glenn Dahl invested in the dream of Brandon Morlock, an ex-con who set out to build a space for aspiring makers and artists.
PORTLAND, Ore. — During his five years behind bars, Brandon Morlock found ways to stay busy and keep hope alive. He worked in factories and woodworking shops, learning skills that would stay with him. And he had a dream: to create a space once he got out of prison, one where he and others could learn and practice their arts and trades.
“I wanted to do this thing,” Morlock told KGW in October 2021, “it was my obsession and
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