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2 new businesses open in historic downtown
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2 new businesses open in historic downtown

Palm Harbor, Florida -- Two new businesses are moving into the 100+ year-old historic building at 1219 Florida Avenue which currently houses two businesses on the first floor.

The Witch's Brew, a 6-year-old café/pub and Celestial Circle, a 2-year-old metaphysical gift shop will be sharing their landmark building with a graphic artist and a mental health counselor.

Doug Rohloff, Artist, Author and Owner of Art Attack Signs, was the first to rent out studio A. He was enchanted with the view and the lighting of the Southwest studio. It's the perfect quiet place to write his new ebook Artists Block and continue to conduct business at www.AttackArtist.com, a sign & marketing business.  Doug is your one stop Graphic, Visual & Marketing Designer.  His phone number is 727-742-6162.  He focuses on auto, boat & store front graphics, banners, magnetic signs & logo design, but also produces business cards, brochures and other promotional materials.

Marlene Stovall, MSW is a Registered Clinical Social Worker intern with the state of Florida with over ten years of experience.  She will be doing individual and family counseling, addiction/recovery coaching, healthy relationship/dating skills as well as personal growth groups and workshops.  Her website is www.Inspired4Life.com and her phone number is 813-363-1493.

These two businesses are located at 1219B Florida Avenue, Studio A and Studio D respectively, in Historic Downtown Palm Harbor (Pinellas County).

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