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Ira Neimark

Ira Neimark started out as a Fifth Avenue doorman and eventually became CEO of Bergdorf Goodman—through hard work, smarts, and being in the right place at the right time. When he took over the venerable fashion store, it was doing $38 million in sales. When he left, $500 million. In an interview he reveals some tricks of the trade.

Saluting the General Store

Maureen and Clifford Jones are the co-owners of the Rooster Tail Inn on Warren’s Route 45. They have decided to reopen the Warren General Store across the street from the Inn and have done it with the same ease and sophistication that has made the Inn so popular.

Staying Power

Monique Shay Jr. at Monique Shay Antiques (Woodbury), Jonathan Derwin at R. Derwin Clothiers (Litchfield), and Amanda Seitz at J. Seitz & Co. (New Preston) are each in the process of stepping out of their parents’ shadows by taking prominent roles in their family’s retail enterprises. Their goal is to build on the sturdy foundations by injecting a youthful input into the businesses.

Dressing the Garden

Marvin Gardens and its sister store HM Oliver, Young’s Nursery and Earth Garden provide all the essentials for your garden decorating needs. Birdbaths, stone statues, antique columns and iron gates can be found at these outdoor specialty stores.

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