The “green ripple” effect of buying local, like the local multiplier effect, can yield multiple rounds of benefit. Local independent businesses — especially restaurants and retailers — typically carry a greater portion of locally-produced goods and use more local inputs, meaning less fuel consumption is required to keep the business running and shelves stocked.
Moes Marine Service, Inc. has announced that Buyer's Fair is now The Boathouse at Moes Marine. This 15,000 sq ft space will be a wood boat showroom, as well as boat storage. Lyman Life is also coming to the former Buyers Fair space in downtown Vermilion, Ohio. The front section of the building will be a retail store offering Lyman Life genuine licensed apparel.
Miss Kitti’s Bakery has opened in Vermilion, Ohio at 3249 Liberty Avenue. The building formerly housed Small Town Sweets. Miss Kitti’s Bakery offers baked goods including walnut rolls, poppyseed rolls, fruit rolls, cookies, cheesecake, and more. The bakery is open Wednesday through Saturday from 11 am to 3 pm.
The Vermilion Business Connection is a monthly meeting of local business owners, restaurateurs and retail merchants in Vermilion, Ohio. Open to everyone, the venue changes every month so you have a chance to meet other business owners. For up-to-date information on meetings, hosts and locations.
Buyer’s Fair is closing. Located in downtown Vermilion at 5359 Liberty Avenue, the unique store has offered fashionable brand name clothing, shoes, jewelry and boating items since 1961. The family has made the decision to retire. This business has been a fixture in Vermilion for many years and we all wish them well.
Susan Hennie and Dean Brainard, owners of the Blind Perch tavern and grill at 3700 Liberty Avenue in Vermilion, have announced the business is closing, effective immediately. Brainard is recovering from cancer treatments and his recovery is the highest priority at this time. Blind Perch will consider catering for businesses.
Are you thinking about starting a business? Do you have a business you do on the side? Looking for a networking group? Are you trying to grow your business? Then the Women Business Owners Network of Lorain County is for you! Women Business Owners Network of Lorain County, Ohio.
Salon ZERO EIGHT NINE, hair & nail bar, has opened in Vermilion, Ohio at 3619 Liberty Avenue. Owner, Brittney Haponek, has expanded her beauty salon businesses to a new, recently remodeled location in the former Homeworks building next to Liberty Ag Feed & Supply and across from Nick's Place.
Vintage Crossing Lighting & Decor celebrated a Grand Opening on Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 2813 Liberty Avenue in Vermilion, Ohio. The Grand Opening was kicked off with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony by the Vermilion Chamber of Commerce.
Studies show that when you buy from an independent, locally owned business, rather than a nationally owned business, significantly more of your money is used to make purchases from other local businesses, service providers and farms continuing to strengthen the economic base of the community.
At the Historic Vermilion Design Review Board meeting on August 7, 2019, Dan Roth provided a sketch to the board members showing a proposed design of an historic style “Vermilion” photo sign/monument.
The new old look is coming to Vermilion, Ohio with the Grand Opening of Vintage Crossing Lighting & Decor on Thursday, August 15, 2019. Join in the celebration from 10 am to 8 pm at 2813 Liberty Avenue. Pizza will be served from 5 pm to 8 pm. A prize drawing will be held.