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Apr

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The Challenge

Tuesday, April 30, 2013 This morning, a Mr. Peter Rose of Chelsea Menswear (why yes, that IS me) posted on the CHELSEA blog about the purpose of an independent store such as CHELSEA.  This Blog is always to be a Love Wyandotte perspective, and Read more […]

29
Apr

1

Help Michigan Prosper

This comes from A man named Stephen Demaura, on a site called Townhall.com: “The U.S. Senate is now poised to grant states the power to require sales tax collection for internet providers via the aptly named Marketplace Fairness Act. This legislation Read more […]

20
Mar

1

A Wild Ride

Launch Day!  The umbrella is open today, right now.  It is not fully extended, it is not at full power, but you can start to see where we are going.   www.LoveWyandotte.org is up and running, albeit in 1st gear only. Umbrellas protect, and our Read more […]

Bad Weather, GREAT Company, Honorable Cause
1
Mar

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Bad Weather, GREAT Company, Honorable Cause

The great thing about blogging is that it is 1/2 opinion, 1/2 news and 1/2 information. Okay, that is a lot of halves but the point is that expressing yourself can be fun. So, this post is intended to express how much energy and enthusiasm I felt Wednesday Read more […]

Wyandotte’s Time
28
Feb

3

Wyandotte’s Time

Love Wyandotte is the handle we will use most of the time to represent more of a mouthful:  The Wyandotte Independent Business Alliance, launched in February of 2013, after years of contemplation.  Love Wyandotte is going to have a profound impact on Read more […]

Top 10 Reasons to Love Wyandotte
25
Feb

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Top 10 Reasons to Love Wyandotte

Good morning Wyandotte! In case you are wondering about Love Wyandotte, or the Wyandotte Independent Business Alliace (WIBA): Love Wyandotte is an alliance of businesses, citizens and non-profits created to organize and align ourselves with a common Read more […]

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