Since 2001, the UlrichPinciotti Design Group has created bold, memorable logos, video, web, and print design for regional businesses and organizations. Their portfolio boasts work for companies such as law firms, educational institutions and community treasures, among others. These graphic design mavens moved to 617 Adams St. in 2003 from their former space on Ontario
Allison and John Fowler, known affectionately as Mamma Alli and Pops John, started an online music store (smallboxmusic.com) in 2015. Now they’ve opened their first brick-and-mortar shop in downtown Maumee with characteristic custom-made, vintage, and unique imported stringed instruments. After having lived in Florida for years, the Fowlers decided to return home, bringing their business
Challenges + Opportunities After 30 years in a historic urban structure, The Collaborative decided it was time to search for a new urban space. An opportunity presented itself in Ricardo’s, a riverfront restaurant that had been vacant for decades. A Study in Contrasts The office relocation was an opportunity to explore several design goals: Expand
If you see camo trucks embellished with a tough Army bulldog, don’t anticipate conflict. Instead, expect to see the friendly faces of US Army Veterans Natalie Colon and Latasha Jones, owners of the new JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Toledo company. The two female entrepreneurs debuted their new environmentally-minded business on Saturday, September 22 during
With the Toledo area renaissance in full swing, the City Paper salutes the progress of businesses, agencies and service providers that are transforming our region, beginning with the redevelopment of Downtown.
With the Toledo area renaissance in full swing, the City Paper salutes the progress of businesses, agencies and service providers that are transforming our region, beginning with the redevelopment of Downtown. Spotlighting the new digs of area leaders, we begin with this issue and will continue in upcoming issues.