Growing up in a small town can pose many challenges, but for Jason Link, life in Milan, Minn. showed him what a model community should look like.“I learned that the residents of the town make the town,” Link says. “When you get involved in your community, it makes the living place a better place to live. I really believe that and live it out.”Since he and wife Sara moved to Plymouth in 1998, Link’s community involvement increased tenfold. A member of the TwinWest Chamber of Commerce, president of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church and a football, baseball and basketball coach for youth athletics in the Wayzata school district, Link constantly looks for ways to enrich Plymouth. And now, as his dream of opening a ProCuts came true this spring, Jason uses his business as a platform for giving back on a greater scale.ProCuts already has sponsored several community events, including a fundraiser at Greenwood Elementary (where all three Link children—Jacob, Grace and Julia—have attended school), and fundraisers for ECFE and youth hockey, baseball and basketball leagues.“My goal with ProCuts is to make an excellent customer service experience and place to work,” Jason says. “And then, you also want to be community-minded and connected.”3235 Vicksburg Lane N., Suite D; 763.383.5140; procuts.com
New ProCuts Gives Back to Plymouth
New Plymouth ProCuts owner Jason Link takes giving back to a new level.