Thursday, June 4, 2009

Kill Two Birds With One Stone Through Combo Business

TORONTO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Putting two unrelated businesses under one roof is a savvy move, even if it creates a crazy company pairing.

With so many small, privately owned businesses going under because of the recession, many have taken to putting multiple businesses in one locale to save money, often with strange results.

All over Southern California, people can enjoy cheap Chinese food and pastries under one roof at one of many Chinese food and donut shops.

In Chicago, tired barbecue lovers can get a toe rub with their chicken wings at Jones’ Good Ass BBQ & Foot Massage, which promises to rub those tired feet with spicy sauce for the right price.

Hungry Canadian hunters can get taxidermy work done while buying cheese at the Middleton Taxidermy and Cheese Store.

Co-owner Dave Snook says, “If you have two businesses, why go to two different locations?”

Snook takes pride in his offbeat store and assures that the cheese never gets near the taxidermy side.

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