As you may or may not know, our current address includes the indicator of "Suite B1". And yes, "B" stands for basement. (But to be fair, this isn't the dark, spider-filled basement that nightmares are made of...as far as basements go, this one is pretty suite ;) We've enjoyed our time here, and we like the location. But it's time to go.
So you are probably wondering where we're going?
Someplace warm or on a beach?
Someplace right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the CLE?
Well, no. Like we said, we kind of like our location so we figured, why ruin a good thing?
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