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Bar staff at Saucy Brew Works

Saucy Brew Works: “There will be beer. And it will be good.”

10.16.2017

The Cleveland beer scene gains a new brewery, Saucy Beer Works, built on quality brews, local knowledge and strong partnerships. But the owner says successfully starting a craft brewery takes one more thing: forward thinking. Here’s what they’ve done and what they’ve got coming up.

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Tri-C first responder class

Changing Lives, Saving Lives

09.13.2017

Tri-C’s first responder training program receives national recognition for its proactive solution to a growing workforce gap in Northeast Ohio.

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The Platform Brewhouse

New Traditions Brewing at the Home of the Cleveland Indians

04.07.2017

Each year old favorites, new traditions and a few surprises await Cleveland Indians fans, both on the field and on the concourse at Progressive Field. Cleveland’s craft beer and thriving local food culture have transformed the fan experience and thanks to innovative entrepreneurs like the folks behind Platform Beer Co., it’s not just your father’s beer at the old ballgame.

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The owners of Hungry Bee Catery, Kimberly McCune Gibson and her husband Jimmy

From Start-Up to Serving the Stars: Hungry Bee Catery

11.14.2016

With just a few hundred dollars, a local couple took their catering dream and made it a reality. After some bumps in the road, professional chefs Kimberly McCune Gibson and her husband Jimmy, rapidly grew their small catering service into a retail shop and can now boast serving some pretty famous clientele.

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JumpStart Board of Trustees member Bill Hartmann

For KeyCorp Chief Risk Officer Bill Hartmann, Serving JumpStart is Rewarding

11.14.2016

Founded in 2004, JumpStart has worked to strengthen the economic vitality of Northeast Ohio by helping entrepreneurs get their businesses off the ground. From funding, to mentoring, to recruiting, JumpStart offers resources to help businesses grow. KeyBank’s Bill Hartmann joined the JumpStart Board of Trustees in 2011 and shares what the organization means to him and the community.

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