Grinnell-Business/Manufacturing-New Businesses 2004

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US-GCS DCL Arch Pamph-Grinnell-Business/Manufacturing-2.4

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Grinnell-Business/Manufacturing-New Businesses 2004

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Acupuncture Clinic (Anne Stephens): naturally licensed acupuncturist and trained in Chinese herbology, opened a clinin in Postels Community Health Park. Trained in Hungary and University of Oregon, as well as Santa Fe.
B3 Computers: Brad Cramner owner/operator, 821 Commercial Street, former teacher. Retail computers/shipping storefront, tech support and training for businesses and individuals, and take-out/delivery.
Casa Margaritas: flyer advertising and coupon, "Now Open" Authentic Mexican restaurant at 101 West Street. Newspaper clipping features co-owners Antonio Hernandez and Evaristo Estrado and Olivia Robles. Renovation of the building and Hernandez's background featured. Picture of the restaurant's staff.
Chuong Garden: Picture of Charlie and Tracy Chuong, who cook, own, and manage the store at 915 Broad St. Family from Vietnam to Los Angeles to Grinnell (1994). Hoping to add more vegetarian meals, offers take-out, family-style meals, or over 180 dishes.
Dragonshire Stained Glass Studio: Terry and Beckey Anderson open their shop which has glass art, classes, supplies, and commissioned works, at 928 Main Street. The couple's second store. Terry works as a full-time baker at Grinnell College. Includes photo and advertisement for grand opening.
Faith & Flowers: owner Tina Frascht, advertisement announcing Grand Opening at 810 5th Avenue.
Going, Going, Gone!: Heidi and Sam Rockwell started their store by selling both personal and other's books on eBay, and bought store 208 West Street to open their consignment shop, they sell items on commission through auction on eBay. Shipping globally and claim everything sells in a week.
Loralei's Gift Shoppe (see 2.3 Loralei's Gift Shop): Vos, owner of Village Decorating on 816 Commercial Street, bought Cynthia Sherman's storefront to expand her store. Pictured with her sister/manager, Bev Arthur. Details opening and renovation paths. Includes an ad on the grand opening event.

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