Caterina Ltd. Adding More European Charm to German Village

Caterina Ltd. Adding More European Charm to German Village

It’s fitting that a store specializing unique artisanal goods from Europe would be in German Village....
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Lewis Center Business Association Looking to Build Its Network

Over 1,000 businesses call Lewis Center home. As a part of Orange Township, the area is typically associated...
Rock Dove Farms Using Creative Funding Methods to Expand Operations

Rock Dove Farms Using Creative Funding Methods to Expand Operations

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Timely Tips: Chamber Provides Resources So Entrepreneurs Can Be In the Know on Election Day

Timely Tips: Chamber Provides Resources So Entrepreneurs Can Be In the Know on Election Day

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Caterina Ltd. Adding More European Charm to German Village

Business Profiles — October 31, 2014 at 8:00 am
It’s fitting that a store specializing unique artisanal goods from Europe would be in German Village. Located at 571 S. Third St., Caterina, Ltd. transports handmade goods from an ocean away to a historic three-story building in the European-inspired neighborhood. “What I wanted to do was bring in artisanal works, things that were made by hand, or made by some time-tested tradition in Europe,”...

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It’s fitting that a store specializing unique artisanal goods from Europe would be in German Village. Located at 571 S. Third St., Caterina, Ltd. transports handmade goods from an ocean away to a historic three-story building in the European-inspired neighborhood. “What I wanted to do was...
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