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Earth Fare Plans Return to The Venue

Earth Fare plans return to The Venue //

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The Great Greek Mediterranean Grill to Join Westwood Town Center

COMING SOON... The Great Greek Mediterranean Grill will be joining Westwood Town Center in Rocky River September 2020.
For more opportunities in Westwood Town Center, contact Zachary Sogoloff or Seth Marks.
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New Starbucks Making Great Progress at Ridge Park Square!

The new Starbucks location in Ridge Park Square is making great progress! Located in Brooklyn, Ohio, Starbucks will join Lowe’s, Marc’s, Ashley HomeStore, AMC, TJ Maxx, Bed Bath & Beyond, Michaels, Ross and other retailers soon! For additional opportunities in Ridge Park Square, contact Zachary Sogoloff or Seth Marks.
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Client Spotlight: First Watch

First Watch, The Daytime Cafe, is making waves in the industry in the eyes of not only their customers but also the community, as well. Their new location and commitment to end child hunger is giving us plenty to be thankful for this season. 

The Florida-based company is known as the Daytime Café because of its limited hours and commitment to serving the highest quality breakfast, brunch and lunch from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The concept first opened in 1983 by John Sullivan and Ken Pendery, who currently holds the chairman position within the company. 

A new location just opened in Belden Village, the restaurant company’s 10th in the Cleveland-Akron area, on September 30th. This new location is First Watch’s first stand-alone restaurant locally, residing in a space once occupied by The Rustic Barrel. The cafes have historically been situated within strip centers. The new First Watch will employ 30 to 40 people with seating for 200.

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Client Spotlight: TJX Companies

Discount retailer, Zayre Corp, was responsible for the opening of the first two T.J.Maxx stores in the U.S. in 1977, which were both located in Massachusetts. T.J.Maxx was considered an off-price store, which was different from a traditional discount store because a retailer buys merchandise from manufacturers that have excess inventory and negotiates prices below wholesale. By the late 1980s, Zayre Corp was reconstructed and formed three brands – T.J.Maxx, Hit or Miss, and Chadwick’s of Boston. These stores were the initial brands that would eventually become The TJX Companies. Today, the retail giant encompasses T.J.Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods, HomeSense, Sierra, Winners, and T.K.Maxx.

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