Local Business Briefs

November 28, 2004

Corner Manor LLC opens in Danville

Corner Manor LLC is offering retail, office and meeting room space in a newly renovated building at 341 S. Fourth St. in Danville.

Owned by Barbara and Angelo Perata, the company is managed by Debbie Revell, who owns Yesterday's Potions, which offers bath and body products, gifts and accessories. Other tenants are JoAnn's Corner Cut, a beauty salon owned by JoAnn Edwards, and Corner Manor Coffee Stop, which offers coffee, cookies and pastries.

Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Phone: (859) 236-6663.

Antique shop opens on Main Street

C. Vickers' Antiques has opened at 415 W. Main St. across the from the Danville Fire Department.

Owner Cleat Vickers and manager Diane Madsen have a combined 40 years of experience in the antique business and travel the country buying items for the shop, according to Vickers. Items for sale include military memorabilia, knives, stoneware, glass, china, vintage jewelry and furniture. The store also buys antiques.


"We ourselves are serious collectors," Vickers said in a news release. "This is the kind of shop we would like to find."

Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Coyle certified as Chartered Wealth Advisor

Trey Coyle, a financial consultant in the Danville office of Hilliard Lyons, recently was certified as a Chartered Wealth Advisor.

To attain the qualification, he completed a curriculum accredited by the Estate and Wealth Strategies Institute of Michigan State University. The advanced courses covered financial planning, estate planning, risk management, asset management and other wealth management strategies.

Coyle has been affiliated with Hilliard Lyons for seven years. He is also licensed in life, health and variable life insurance.

Bell joins Bob Allen Motor Mall

Michael Bell has joined the staff of Bob Allen Motor Mall as a sales and leasing consultant.

Bell is a life-long resident of Danville and a graduate of Danville High School. He is a former employee of the Bank of Danville (now National City) and a graduate of the Kentucky School of Banking.

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