New retail concepts coming to the Twin Cities

  • Article by: JANET MOORE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: February 9, 2014 - 9:32 AM

Patty Balster spent 30 years in the dental field, and her BFF Jill Tullemans forged a career in marketing. Both were looking for a change in their professional lives, so they decided to buy into a Bundt cake franchise.

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strib1991Feb. 9, 14 8:11 AM

Good luck, I love to see retail niches succeed. I can remember scoffing at store that sold only magnets at the MOA, thinking they will last a year. 20 plus years later they are still selling magnets. Bake on!

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furguson11Feb. 9, 14 8:53 AM

It looks like a giant cupcake.

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gargoyle999Feb. 9, 1410:21 AM

Lots of space in Lakeville! Come on down!!

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diogenesnyFeb. 9, 1410:54 AM

Now that people are freed from employer-based health insurance, you'll see more of this.

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weewillyFeb. 9, 1411:23 AM

This reminds me of the 90s when the M & M dispenser machines were a big deal. Junk products whose popularity will rapidly fade.

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cheiron55402Feb. 9, 1411:31 AM

It's nice to see that dome want to expand in this state.

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vwx909Feb. 9, 14 8:05 PM

Hopefully biblical principals include Hobby Lobby paying more than the minimum wage to its employees.

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ciamanFeb. 14, 14 2:41 PM

So the new habitue is Edina and Maple Grove? Really? Guess what, people, there is little land left in the priced areas. What truely new CONCEPT is there? This is sort of like Holly Wood runing out of new ideas to make movies. They are just repeating from old movies. Same thing here in the Twin Cities. New Concept? I doubt it.

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