Young Entrepenuers: Erika Landers

By   /   June 27, 2012
This story is part of a series by the Great Plains Examiner that will highlight young entrepreneurs in North Dakota. Each of the business owners profiled in this series will be less than 40 years old.

Nearly 20 years ago, Erika Landers began her first job as a “worm counter” at her father’s convenience store, which was a landmark for anglers who routinely stopped in to purchase bait before heading out on the river.

Landers, 28, has a much better gig these days. She’s running her own deli – Northside Market – and preparing to take over the entire family business store at some point.

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