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RELEASE: Elmwood Inn Fine Teas plans move to downtown Danville

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This is the January 27, 2012 media release announcing the planned relocation of Elmwood Inn Fine Teas' wholesale offices and packaging facility to downtown Danville.

This is the January 27, 2012 media release announcing the planned relocation of Elmwood Inn Fine Teas' wholesale offices and packaging facility to downtown Danville.

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  • 1. Elmwood Inn Fine TeasFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Lois QuilliganJanuary 27, 2012 (859) 332-2400 lois@elmwoodinn.com ELMWOOD INN FINE TEAS PLANS MOVE TO DOWNTOWN DANVILLEPERRYVILLE, Ky. – Danvilles downtown renaissance continues to gain momentum asElmwood Inn Fine Teas announced plans this week to move their international teabusiness to 135 North Second Street.Owners Bruce and Shelley Richardson founded the Perryville company in 1990. Theirbusiness imports, blends, and packages tea for gourmet and retail stores, national parks,and catalog companies in every state. One of their newest clients is the Boston Tea PartyShips and Museum, opening June 24. Bruce Richardson was recently named Tea Masterfor the historic project. He is designing the tea service and the packaged teas for theiconic attraction rising out of Boston Harbor.In 1996, the Richardsons launched their publishing division, Benjamin Press. They arethe largest producer of tea books in North America, collaborating with such internationalpublishers as The National Trust of England. Those offices will also be located in thenew facility."We outgrew our buildings in Perryville a couple of years ago and began looking forexpanded production and warehousing space," said Ben Richardson, the owners son andoffice manager. "The larger downtown location allows us an opportunity to add retailspace to our expanding wholesale offices and packaging facility."The new location will include a showroom of all the Elmwood Inn Fine Teas andBenjamin Press products with a tea bar for sampling teas blended on site. TheRichardsons hope to have construction completed in the coming months and expect toopen in late spring. Elmwood Inn Fine Teas PO Box 100 Perryville, Kentucky 40468 859.332.2400 www.elmwoodinn.com

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