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Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest



Retail Holdings NV Announces Record Profit for 2010

PR-USA.net (press release)
Retail Holdings, formerly known as Singer NV, changed its name to Retail Holdings NV following the sale of the sewing business and the Singer trademark. Price quotations for the Retail Holdings’ shares are available on the OTC Pink “Pink Sheets”

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Jo-Ann Stores, Inc. – SWOT Analysis Available through bharatbook.com

PRLog.Org (press release)
The increase in revenues is attributed to increase in customer transactions due to store remodel and optimization programs, more effective marketing and the benefit of competitive withdrawals in the sewing business. The operating profit of the company

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Food for Lane County asks everyone to “spring” for a good cause

KMTR NewsSource 16
Volunteers are making decorative cloth bowls and will continue to do so tomorrow until 4:00 at the “Our Sewing Room” business in downtown Springfield. Volunteers are also tagging and packing up plants for sale. The annual “Spring into Gardening and

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World’s Only Sewing Machine Company Owner in KC

Kansas City Star
Ueltschi is the only single owner of a sewing machine company in the world. Bernina Sewing Center, located in Overland Park and an authorized dealer for BERNINA, will be celebrating their 35th year of BERNINA sales and service.

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Shifting Gears: Mann Made to close April 1

After 40 years in the sewing business — between her store and her parents’ former shop — Barb Mann is closing her Mann Made sewing center at 606 Court St. in downtown Ottawa Friday, April 1. “I started years ago helping my mother out in her vacuum

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‘Just Sew You Know,’ A New Kind of Camp for Kids

Krug grew up with in a sewing household but it was only after college that she decided to make her love of crafting a career. Originally, Krug owned a custom sewing business but when the economy took a downturn and the orders dried up she knew she had

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