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PLD Services

Paul Dawson once worked at a job that required him to call customers and remind them of upcoming appointments. When he talks about that experience, he does not mince words. “Everyone hated it,” he says. Last year, the Canandaigua resident ...

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Coup D’Etat Inc.

The rebels are coming. Not only that, says photographer Wayne Calabrese, but they are ready to make their mark on the world–at least the world of images, photographs and color. These “rebels” Calabrese alludes to are pictures, more affectionately known ...

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Oakwood Classic & Custom
Woodworks Ltd.

As a remodeling contractor, John Yetter spent a lot of his time in area houses restoring and installing woodwork. Seven years ago, he decided he would rather make the wood products than just handle them. Yetter founded Oakwood Classic & ...

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Rochester Sports & Recreation

Rochester may not have a major-league sports team, Frontier Field may not be Wrigley Field and Upstate winters make for long off-seasons. But Rochesterians still love their sports. At least Julie Bozek-Lughart thinks so. Bozeck-Lughart is placing her money where ...

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Our Hometown Inc.

Keeping up with small-town news used to be a matter of chatting with neighbors over the back fence. Now all that’s needed is a computer. Our Hometown Inc. provides a collection of online community news and information for more than ...

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One World Projects Inc.

Many goods from such faraway places as Brazil, Ecuador and Vietnam first stop in Batavia before settling on the shelves of North American stores. Their way station is One World Projects Inc., a distributor and importer of sustainable rain-forest products ...

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Gallery of Artists Inc.

The next Picasso could be painting canvases right here in Rochester, but people might never know it, say the owners of the city’s newest art gallery. Robin Rushnell and Jill Santi hope their unique business concept will provide area painters, ...

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American Time Manufacturing Ltd.

The famous game-show duo on the “Wheel of Fortune” will soon be sporting locally made accessories. In honor of Union Week, which starts on Labor Day, Vanna White and Pat Sajak will wear custom-made watches by American Time Manufacturing Ltd. ...

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Event Photography Systems Inc.

While publishing a weekly real-estate trade magazine in Chicago, Jack Gentry became convinced that digital photography was the wave of the future. He was so impressed with its potential, that he sold his publishing business, packed his bags and moved ...

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Andrea M. Basile Terrillion Esq.

“When in doubt, don’t.” That is the first commandment in Andrea Terrillion’s top 10 rules for workplace conduct–a simple and concise guideline that this lawyer says can save a business money, headaches and time. Terrillion opened her own law practice ...

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The LightHeart Institute

At the LightHeart Institute, director and psychotherapist Lisa M. Hill seeks to give her clients the proper tools with which to build the life they want. Hill founded the holistic-healing institute and psychotherapy practice 10 years ago “at the inspiration ...

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Susan N. Spector M.S.,
CCC-SPL

Luckily for most Americans, English has become the international language of choice in the business world. Pittsford- based speech-language pathologist Susan Spector helps the unlucky ones. Spector works with clients who have learned English as a second language, but whose ...

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The Creator’s Hands

Full blown is an apt description of The Creator’s Hand, a gift store of handcrafted items that opened its doors only two months after the entrepreneur’s first inkling. Wilenius started the store with 25 local artists and craftspeople on consignment– ...

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doBroVision

Peter Dobrovitz thought up the name dobroVision as his mind was wandering in a college class, but never knew what he was going to do with it. He went on to a career in television news. But when Dobrovitz left ...

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The Advantage Opportunity Co.

Starting a new temporary- and permanent-placement company in Rochester’s highly competitive market is not easy. However, Kathy Brown and Mark Pautler believe they have an advantage. Advantage Opportunity Co., located in Linden Oaks Office Park, uses staff with industry experience ...

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