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Any features you would like to see?

First, I'd like to thank everyone for visiting the site. Over the past couple of months, readership has really started to grow which makes writing the blog very satisfying. With summer over, things seem to have slowed down a bit which got me to thinking. Is there anything you can think of which would make the site even more useful? I am open to any and all suggestions. Not saying they will all be implemented, but I'd like to hear what you think. Send me an email at tips@bridgeandmain.com with any suggestions you may have. And thanks again for reading!

Comments

Anonymous said…
if we want a certain business to come to our area (for example, people seem to be really interested in having a Trader Joe's store here), can we then put in some efforts in making it come true? maybe we could write a letter to Trader Joe's and express our interest in having them open a store in Phoenixville?
sdarwkcabssa said…
never mind a Trader Joe's, what we really need is a good Vietnamese restaurant.
Anonymous said…
Amen to both suggestions! :-)
Solofloyd said…
I would love a Trader Joe's in Phxville. Unfortunately there is one only about 5 miles away so I would be suprised if they would add another store so close.
Branden said…
I only recently discovered your blog, and I've gotta say you're doing a great job. It's nice to have an online source for what's happening around town. I can't think of any features worth adding right now. Just keep doing what you're doing.

(and a TJ's in town would be awesome!)
Anonymous said…
There's been some talk of Trader Joe's or Whole Foods looking up in Limerick/Royersford/Upper Providence for a store.
sdarwkcabssa said…
why would a Trader Joe's come to Phoenixville when they have one ten minutes away at the Gateway shopping center in Wayne?
Anonymous said…
Do you happen to know what is planned for the building across the street from McDonalds. I know a Wawa is supposed to go in sometime but not till next year. Any info?
Thanks
JW said…
not sure what is going in there but if I hear something I will be sure to post it.

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