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Thursday evening, Vinton Unlimited visited two area businesses for a formal ribbon cutting. The businesses are located at 115 W. 4th in downtown Vinton. The Niche and Brickside-Brew-N-Chew were welcomed by Melody Snow of Vinton Unlimited who wished the two businesses well in their endeavors.

The two area women have made their dreams a reality. Sue Hart and Colleen Karrick have each made a business using their hobbies and interests to bring two charming little shops to downtown Vinton.

On The Niche side of the building, you can find all kinds of treasures for your home. If you need to find a gift for someone else, then you can probably find that as well. The Niche also has gifts selected by Colleen's husband John just for the guys.(For more information click here!)

On the other side of the building, you can find Brickside Brew-N-Chew. The perfect little stopping place to stop and recharge between shopping downtown in Vinton, or a great place for the ladies (or men) to meet for coffee and a treat from the display case. Terry and Sue both work making homemade pastry treats and soups which change daily and can accompany any of their sandwiches. (For more information click here!)

Vinton Unlimited members present to at the ribbon cutting included, Dandeena Schadle of Pourville Art Studio and Gallery, Teresa Meyer of Farm Bureau Insurance, and Valerie Close of Vinton Today (not pictured).

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