Nicholas Letts brought the sharing economy to Asheville with tool library

“Back in 2007 Nicholas Letts was living in Missoula, Mont., working for a small urban demonstration project that had a tool library on-site. “A tool library is exactly how you imagine a book library, but for tools,” explains Letts, who recognized how much value the Missoula library held for its community and vowed to bring the idea back to Asheville.

Letts eventually connected with two other reuse enthusiasts and opened the Asheville Tool Library in 2016. Today, people come from all over Western North Carolina to borrow tools.” Read the full article at Mountain Xpress

Nicholas Letts brought the sharing economy to Asheville with tool library