ResoluteKC’s 30 under 30: Richard Shorthair

Richard Shorthair is a 26 year old community college graduate who is moving out of his parents house and into the new OneLightKC apartment building.

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Master Negotiator 

Richard was able to convince his parents to take out a second mortgage so he could live in a luxury apartment. Currently Richard is unemployed but optimistic because he has friends whose parents are well connected.

Future Opportunities

Richard thinks that the real opportunity will be in 2016 “when pot gets legalized in Kansas City.” Not only does Richard have friends whose parents have connections, but he also had deep roots in the cannabis culture in Kansas City.

“I’ve always had good business ideas, just never tried any of them, I’m holding out for something bigger”

Love for Kansas City

Richard said he loves Kansas City all his friends and family are here. “The only time I’ve left the city was to go to Cabo for Spring break”

Local Love

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Kansas City’s been getting a whole lotta love lately, and it’s very well deserved. Centrally located and reasonably priced, KC boasts some damn fine food & drink, not to mention a thriving art & music scene. It’s also home to some amazing entrepreneurs putting out some tasty products. The lead-off company in this article by KC Magazine is one that’s near and dear to us.

Zim’s sauces are produced by such lovely people, and the products are amazing!  My husband puts a little Bufsas on almost everything and he swears it cured his chronic heartburn.  My favorite of the hot sauces is the Kiksas, which has more of a sour zing.  But my overall favorite product is their savory balsamic.  It’s super thick, lightly seasoned so that it still tastes like balsamic, and is flavorful without being too spicy.  Drizzled on roasted veggies, scrambled eggs, grilled chicken…pretty much anything. When…

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