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Classic Home & Garden to open store in Greece

Rochester Business Journal
April 1, 2013

Classic Home & Garden, a specialty retailer of pre-owned, vintage and handcrafted home items, plans to open its first retail store in Greece on April 13.

The store is to be located at 2854 Dewey Ave. Officials said the store will sell discounted high-end home accessories.

To celebrate its grand opening, the store plans to donate 20 percent of its opening day sales to Flower City Habitat for Humanity.

“We are excited about joining a community so passionate about design and art while supporting Flower City Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit organization that shares our views on the importance of home life,” said CHG owner and curator Shannon Roxborough, in a statement. “We think the shop is a great addition to the Dewey Avenue Corridor as the area continues to evolve as a retail and business hub and are looking forward to being a positive presence in Greece's Dewey-Stone neighborhood.”

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