Zionsville Times Sentinel

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December 5, 2012

Clock shop to expand business, move

The Village Clock Shop has been in Zionsville for 40 years, but the opportunity to expand his business was too much for owner Andy Brogden.

Come January, Brogden will close the doors at his 5 N. Main St. location in January and open a new store in Clay Terrace in February.

“It was a tough decision with a lot of emotions,” Brogden said. “We are growing our business; we’re not going out of business. I see it as an opportunity for us.”

Brogden, who started working at the shop 30 years ago, said he’ll miss all of the memories the most.

See Wednesday's paper for the full story.

 

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