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Aldi to open in Seminole; business improv workshop set; Dayton Andrews starts makeover


Aldi grocery opens door to deals Thursday

Aldi supermarket will host a grand opening event from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday at the former World Savings Bank at 7777 Seminole Blvd. Each Aldi typically carries about 1,400 regularly stocked items, including fresh meat. Almost 95 percent of the products are sold under exclusive Aldi select brands. On occasion, Aldi will sell a national brand marketed as "special buys" — limited-time offers of products available while supplies last.

St. Petersburg

Dealership begins $1 million makeover

Dayton Andrews Dodge Chrysler Jeep, at 2301 34th St. N, broke ground last week on a $1 million renovation. The franchise, which has been locally owned by the Andrews family for 28 years, will undergo a makeover for a new showroom and grounds over the next year. The business, which has a second location in Clearwater, will remain open during the construction.

Madeira Beach

Improv workshop is for business folks

The Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber of Commerce is hosting an event call "Improv for Business Development: The Acting Advantage." American Stage's corporate training program takes the foundation of theater performance and applies it to common business challenges. The event is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Madeira Bay Resort, 13235 Gulf Blvd. The fee is $25. For information, contact Amanda Page at (727) 360-6957 or

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