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The new Thompson Tractor Co. rental store is located at 508 Columbus Parkway in Opelika. Thompson Thompson Tractor Co. opened a new rental store in Opelika Thursday. One of the nation's largest and oldest Caterpillar dealers, Thompson gave away a CAT 2000W Generator, Echo Backpack Blower and Toro 30" Walk Behind Mower at the grand opening. The store is located at 508 Columbus Parkway in Opelika. It provides Cat parts and equipment for sale or rent, as well as additional brands, including Massey-Ferguson, Mahindra and Toro. Opelika Mayor Gary Fuller unveiled a new Thompson Drive sign, the name given to the road beside the new store. Branch Manager Kelso Hamilton said the store "provides a one-stop shop for sales, rental parts and more." The store will be open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. with extended hours on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. … [Read more...] about Thompson Tractor opens new Opelika store
Ever since a Dunkin' Donuts restaurant on Meadow Drive in North Tonawanda closed due to fire damage in March, its loyal customers have been jittery about whether or not their favorite location would reopen. Well, they can rest easy. The restaurant will reopen, and it will reopen under the company's new modern design concept, which has been buzzed about since it was unveiled in January. The restaurant, at 255 Meadow Drive, was damaged by fire in March and has been closed since then. A Dunkin' store in Quincy, Mass., which got the same next-generation makeover, boasts a drive-thru for exclusive use by customers who have ordered ahead using the company's mobile app. The store has digital kiosks, where customers can order their own drinks and food. There is also a bar-like tap system that workers use to serve eight kinds of cold coffees and teas. In terms of cosmetics, the store features modern design and decor, and its crew wears uniforms designed by the casual clothing label Life is … [Read more...] about NT Dunkin’ Donuts will rebuild under “next-generation” store concept
When Kay and Larry Day came across a kite shop while vacationing in Wisconsin nearly two decades ago, they decided to buy kites for their grandchildren. On a whim, Larry bought one for himself. "He went out and flew it and decided he needed to go back and get a better one," Kay recalled. In this August 27, 2017 photo provided by P.V. Nguyen, Dylan Nguyen, left, and Cardin Nguyen are shown holding their kites and enjoy flying and competing at the Washington State International Kite Festival in Long Beach, Wash. (P.V. Nguyen via AP) In this August 27, 2017 photo provided by... Photo by P.V. Nguyen Since then, the couple — particularly Larry — have been hooked on kite flying. They own dozens of kites, plan vacations around flying them and organize an annual winter kite-flying festival in their hometown of Clear Lake, Iowa. "I'm at peace when I'm flying," said Larry, 72. "It's something unique that I do." While the hobby might be unusual, it has a long history as a … [Read more...] about Kites: Age-old hobby gives new generation of fans a lift
Photo by David Kordalski The Avenue at Tower City is among a roster of Cleveland landmarks poised for a redo. The early-1990s bear one big similarity to today: Real estate development downtown and in the neighborhoods is again the talk of Cleveland.This latest round of development is led by baby boomers, though the apartments are populated largely by millennials, in contrast to the prior period when the World War II generation was at the helm and pushing major projects like the opening of The Avenue at Tower City and Galleria as well as the construction of Key Tower, which punctuated the city's skyline.Downtown developments today are led by people born after the war who now have the leadership roles and the equity to gain admission to downtown's playing fields, from Millennia Cos. of Cleveland to K&D Group of Willoughby. They're also joined by a host of other characters, including Cavaliers and Bedrock realty owner Dan Gilbert — the sole outsider — … [Read more...] about A new generation takes on downtown development