Sampson and Co. Wagon Shop
The Sampson and Co. Wagon Shop owned and operated by Sadie Sampson. Nothing particularly spectacular, the shop is a barn-sized building that has an elevated track to allow for easier access to the undercarriage and wheels of wagons. Sadie makes it a point to hire mostly itinerant workers, especially those who mean to stay on only for a few weeks, and never more than a pair or trio at a time. She says it guards against people stealing the family secrets when it comes to efficient repairs. Whatever those secrets are, they're worth quite a bit. The workers she hires usually tend to be laze-abouts and drunks, more often seen playing dice or sleeping on a sunny patch of grass rather than toiling in the shop. Still, the wagon work gets done well, on time, and a fraction of the price in other towns. A lot of people don't want to question how Sadie manages her affairs; others seem bound and determined to throw a stick in her spokes.