Frontier Justice to break ground in Lee’s Summit

May 16, 2014 

Frontier Justice, a next-generation firearms facility and destination retail shop, will break ground on its flagship location at 1 p.m. May 19.

Located at 800 N.E. Jones Industrial Drive, Frontier Justice owners Bren and Michael Brown said that the business will offer a unique mix of services and products for firearm and fashion enthusiasts alike.

Aside from firearms sales and the training facility, Frontier Justice will feature “Western Chic” style men’s and women’s clothing, jewelry, art and home furnishings.

“We saw an opportunity to offer our community something new and we took it,” Michael Brown, CEO of Frontier Justice, said in a statement. “No other company is offering this mix of services and products.”

Bren Brown, president of Frontier Justice, has a long history of working with non-profits and charitable organizations. She plans to bring her experiences from that work to her family’s new endeavor.

“Our family strongly believes in making a difference in this life,” Bren said. “We are building a business that stands for something more than just profits. We want to contribute to making our community a safer and better place.”

The training facility will be open for tactical and recreational training. There will be short- and long-range firearm lanes, and an archery training area.

Frontier Justice is slated to open in late 2014 or early 2015.

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