Owner, Jillian Cannan goes viral!
Have you heard? Loaded Lumber co-owner has gone viral!
Loaded Lumber co-owner, Jillian Cannan, came home from the Buffalo, NY flagship location in early June to dozens of packages on her porch from Amazon. At first, Jill was certain that Colleen Pandy, her business partner, had sent packages for the studio. She soon learned that was not the case.
As it turned out, Jillian was not receiving business supplies for Loaded Lumber, but instead was being shipped thousands of plastic face mask inserts - and she hadn’t ordered them.
After calls and emails to Amazon didn’t reveal who the original purchaser was, or how many boxes were still coming, she took to the media. Jill’s four children have really enjoyed being in the spotlight, and used their recent mention on Jimmy Fallon, to gain some attention with their peers.
Jill’s four children have really enjoyed being in the spotlight, and used their recent mention on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, to gain some attention with their classmates. You may have also caught Jillian on local news channel in Buffalo, WIVB!
As a business owner, and someone who has always been dedicated to support her community, Jillian, along with her business partner at Loaded Lumber have come up with an idea on what to do with the thousands of masks that Jillian now has. Decorate a mask kits for local children’s hospitals and organizations. Amazon has agreed to donate supplies for 100 masks (compared to the thousands Jillian now has), however if you would like to be involved in sending donations as well, please reach out to Jillian by email, email@example.com.
Team up with Loaded Lumber Buffalo Jillian and our community to turn this story into one that brings joy to the Buffalo, NY community!
Check back on the Loaded Lumber blog, for an update from Jill on the decorate a mask kit donation soon. As you can see, there are a lot of kits to be made!
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