Grinnell-Business/Manufacturing-New Businesses 2005

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

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Grinnell-Business/Manufacturing-New Businesses 2005

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Comeback Cafe, Farmhouse Collection: Cafe is opening, attached to Farmhouse Collection, opened by Lisa Stewart and Sue Buffum. Their grandpa opened the White Spot, a diner in the 1940s and 1950s. Named after another store called Comeback Cafe that opened at 806 Commercial Street. Includes Pennysaver feature and advertisement for opening. S&B feature on the reopening.
Fit for Life Studios (Rita Yablonsky): Rita Yablonsky, owner, 808 Commercial Street, yoga classes, cycling, fitness classes.
Grinnell Fiberworks: newspaper clipping, Betsy and Patrick Shannon of Minneapolis, opened a 4,000 sqft space at 831/829 Main Street. Storefront should stock wearable art, textiles, interior design, major focus on quilting fabrics. Managed by daughter Melissa Lewis. Includes pamphlets and coupons for the storefront.
Jimbo's Pizza and Pub: Jim Tanzosch is renaming his business, Down Under, to Jimbo's Pizza & Pub. 926 Main Street. He was redoing it because the downtown street project has ended/ Food delivery is available, pub in the basement. Famous nachos.
Kum & Go, Subway (I-80): newspaper clipping announcing development of a gas station/Subway complex, next to the highway, owner Manny Tharp and general manager of Joel Tharp for Subway, Debbie Breeden will manage it.
Newspaper clipping: Prepaid Legal Services opening in Grinnell with Joe Summer as principal agent. Hosting informational sessions on legal issues and legal coverage.
Simply Divine: Tina and Dale Frascht started Faith and Flowers in 2003 (see other entry). Two years, two locations and one name change later, they opened Simply Divine on 930 Main Street. She sells gifts and merchandise of her own and other storefronts. Her merchandise line Sugar and Spice is aimed at teenage girls. Mostly for teenage girls and birthday gifts for them. Picture of Tina in her store.
Southview Plaza: Pennysaver feature of Southview Plaza renovation, affecting each of the businesses that operates in that space.
Strovers, Lance, chiropractor. Doctor moved from San Jose, California. 415 6th Avenue, chiropractic practice.

Subject terms: 1) Local businesses and restaurants 2) Gift shops 3) Downtown renovations

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