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Two Bathurst businesses join forces at Brooke Moore Centre site

Sam Bolt
January 19 2022 - 7:00pm
UNITED: Moubar Vintage's Nic Fitzpatrick with Bootleg Bakery's Kim and John Mannion at the Brooke Moore Centre. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK
UNITED: Moubar Vintage's Nic Fitzpatrick with Bootleg Bakery's Kim and John Mannion at the Brooke Moore Centre. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK

In recent years, it has become an increasingly common strategy for small businesses to merge their collective offerings together to expand opportunities, reach new crowds and keep costs low.

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Sam Bolt

Sam Bolt

Writer/Journalist at Western Advocate

"I'm not in the business of telling people what to do. I'm much more in the business of describing things, situations and stuff like that and leaving them out there, and you can make up your minds about them." -Nick Cave

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