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Igloo Letterpress Relocating into Larger Retail Space in Worthington

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Worthington gift shop Igloo Letterpress is ready for an upgrade after over five years in business on West New England Avenue. This summer, the shop will relocate around the corner to 661 High Street, inside the old Zettler Hardware building. The move will allow the business to not only double in size to over 4,500 square feet, but will also allow them to combine their retail store and production studio into the same space.

“Over the past six years, Igloo has gathered a talented team of printers and artists, and has become an active member of the Columbus community,” stated Igloo owner Allison Chapman in a release issued today, noting that she has “long dreamt of offering space for ongoing artist community groups to meet, for families to gather during the Worthington Farmer’s Market, and for creativity to grow.”

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Zettler Hardware announced in November that they were closing their Worthington store, and that GRID Furnishings would be relocating into a portion of the building, while a third 2,000 square foot retail space is still available. The new Igloo Letterpress location will allow the business to add a second print studio as well as co-working space and art gallery walls.

For more information, visit www.iglooletterpress.com.

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