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S1E3: Julie Stewart of Salvage Sisters Antique Market

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This week's guest is found on the literal Main Street — happens to be Jefferson Street here in Franklin; lots of Founding Father names around here — in an antique shop next to a retired train station. Julie Stewart of Salvage Sisters Antique Market is a local establishment unto herself, and Riley and Zach dive into her story with all its twists and turns. (And even a surprise customer visit in the middle!)

Learn more about Salvage Sisters here: https://salvagesistersantiquemarket.com/

And read a local news story from just before the shop turned ten: https://cbs4indy.com/in-your-neighborhood/salvage-sisters-antique-market-bringing-re-loved-treasures-special-sisterhood-to-franklin-for-nearly-a-decade/

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These recordings are made possible by the Engaged Learning team at Franklin College, which includes the offices of career and professional development, global education, the Center for Tech Innovation, and the Kite Shop, our little entrepreneurship program. You can learn more about these programs at FranklinCollege.edu, at theKiteShopFC.com, and you can send ideas, feedback, and questions to thekiteshop@franklincollege.edu.

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Jeremy VanAndel is the director of professional development and is an instructor of business at Franklin College and publishes this podcast. The views expressed in this recording are those of the instructor and students only and should not be attributed to Franklin College.

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This week's guest is found on the literal Main Street — happens to be Jefferson Street here in Franklin; lots of Founding Father names around here — in an antique shop next to a retired train station. Julie Stewart of Salvage Sisters Antique Market is a local establishment unto herself, and Riley and Zach dive into her story with all its twists and turns. (And even a surprise customer visit in the middle!)

Learn more about Salvage Sisters here: https://salvagesistersantiquemarket.com/

And read a local news story from just before the shop turned ten: https://cbs4indy.com/in-your-neighborhood/salvage-sisters-antique-market-bringing-re-loved-treasures-special-sisterhood-to-franklin-for-nearly-a-decade/

==

These recordings are made possible by the Engaged Learning team at Franklin College, which includes the offices of career and professional development, global education, the Center for Tech Innovation, and the Kite Shop, our little entrepreneurship program. You can learn more about these programs at FranklinCollege.edu, at theKiteShopFC.com, and you can send ideas, feedback, and questions to thekiteshop@franklincollege.edu.

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Jeremy VanAndel is the director of professional development and is an instructor of business at Franklin College and publishes this podcast. The views expressed in this recording are those of the instructor and students only and should not be attributed to Franklin College.

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