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Daniel's men's clothier opens on Beach Drive in St. Petersburg

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Men's clothier takes space used by dog boutique

Daniel's, a men's clothing store, has opened at 400 Beach Drive NE, Suite 181, in space once used by Best Buddies Dog Boutique and Bakery. Owner Mark Sherwin has worked in retail clothing since 1977 in South Florida and New Jersey. The store offers sportswear and made-to-measure suits and shirts. And no, Sherwin's middle name is not Daniel. It's not a son's name either. "I've just always liked the name," Sherwin said. Best Buddies has moved to 6498 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete Beach.

Katherine Snow Smith, Times staff writer


Chamber offers free business counseling

The Largo/Mid-Pinellas Chamber of Commerce hosts SCORE business counseling services at its offices by appointment every first and third Thursday. SCORE counselors provide free help for people looking to start a business and for business owners and managers. Call (727) 584-2321 for appointments.


City manager will speak at luncheon

City Manager Frank Edmunds will talk about Seminole redevelopment, its budget and the future during a Seminole Chamber of Commerce luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 18 in the Seminole Library conference room, 9200 113th St. N. Lunch is $15. To RSVP, call Gretchen Cain Wells at (727) 392-3245.

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