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Brandon Schmitzer and Jeff Schmitzer, who own Frankenmuth PedAle Trolley, acquired the Bay City business from its former owner, Ashley Anderson.
“When we heard Bay City’s trolley attraction was for sale, we were eager to jump on board. The alliance between PedAle and Sunrise was an easy decision,” Brandon Schmitzer said in a statement.
“Sunrise is an established and well liked recreation in Bay City. Jeff and I felt it necessary to continue the service for the community. Knowing our Frankenmuth PedAle Trolley is just a startup, less than a year old, we believe we can use the success of Sunrise to influence the furtherance of PedAle.”
Women’s clothing and accessory boutique “francesca’s” is opening at Birch Run Premium Outlets this spring.
The outlet mall, located at 12240 S. Beyer Road, is comprised of more than than 145 stores, including Michael Kors, Coach New York, Pottery Barn, Under Armour, Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store, Fossil, NIKE Factory Store and The North Face.
“We couldn’t be more excited to bring this growing women’s boutique to Birch Run Premium Outlets this spring and share the news with our shoppers,” Lindsay Carpenter, general manager at Birch Run Premium Outlets, said in a statement.
“By adding francesca’s to our roster of top name retailers, we provide our shoppers with the highest quality shopping experience they’ve come to expect from our center.”
Ten area media celebrities donned cupid’s wings, bow and arrows and took a shot at winning a donation of more than $1,000 for their favorite charity Friday, Feb. 2, at Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland.
The 11th annual Bronner’s Hot Shot Local Media Celebrity Archery Contest took place Friday morning at the store, located at 25 Christmas Lane. Johnny Burke with Fox 103.9 won the competition for the second year in a row, securing a $1,014 donation for the Johnny Burke Children’s Foundation. Bronner’s will also donate $100 to each of the other competitors’ favorite charities.