Business support is appreciated

By June 9, 2011

We are writing to tell everyone how fortunate we are to have such good neighbors at our new location on G Street. First, we are next to the Davis Food Co-op, and if we run out of anything, we run next door to get it. This would not be the case at any grocery store in town, as we source our produce from local farms. Of course, the Co-op also carries many other specialty items, such as anchovies for our Caesar dressing, etc.

Then we have Radio Shack, who not only keeps us supplied with batteries, power cords, iPods, etc., but also provides data-saving advice when our computer crashes (actually just this past week). Thanks, guys!

And then there’s Sharon at Sweet Briar Books, who lets us know when there are interesting cookbooks that Tony might need to add to his collection. They currently have the Village Baker bread and dessert books in stock.

Of course, we are going to have some new neighbors very soon, with the construction of the Yolo Federal Credit Union. They have provided us with excellent business banking services since we started this new venture. We can’t wait to be able to walk up the street to visit Tina and know Bethany at the main branch is always looking out for us.

After banking, we can pop across the street to Hibbert Lumber if we need any hardware or head up the street a couple of blocks to visit Wilson and Paul at Copyland for our printing needs.

We really appreciate the many local businesses that help us with our business here in Davis.

Rhonda Gruska

Monticello Cuisine, Davis

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