Watch for Patch Features on These Dearborn Businesses

Here's a look at the local businesses Patch readers told us we should write about.

We asked, and you answered.

Instead of us picking which Dearborn businesses to feature on the pages of Patch this holiday season, we asked readers to help us decide. They responded with 20 nominations—everything from coffee shops and restaurants to barbers and bookstores.

One thing was clear from every nomination: Dearborn residents love their local businesses.

One reader said they "Could spend the day, and my entire paycheck" at Rodegher's Used Books or Material Girls (check out features we've run on the bookstore and the fabric shop on Patch)

Another reader had glowing things to say about PostNet Dearborn: "Lynne Killion and her crew are top notch...they're friendly, knowledgeable, and have a wide variety of promotional products that will make any business get noticed. If you think PostNet is only for copying and mailing, then you haven't visited PostNet lately."

We're happy to hear about some new businesses in Dearborn, and to be reminded of some other great ones that have been around for a while. We could only pick five to be featured in December, but keep watching Dearborn Patch for more great business features in 2013 and beyond.

Here's the five you'll see features on in December:

  1. LaFontaine Automotive Group
  2. Gentlemen First Barbershop
  3. Alcamo's Market
  4. Dearborn Collision
  5. Bistro 222

Look for a business feature every Sunday in December, and be sure to sign up for the Dearborn Patch newsletter to make sure you don't miss them!

AndreaVH November 26, 2012 at 10:48 PM
I can't wait to read this feature! :)
Tracy Besek November 26, 2012 at 11:46 PM
Excellent choices!
City of Dearborn November 27, 2012 at 02:43 AM
I can't wait to write them, either! It was hard to narrow it down with so many nominations, so we hope to get to some of the other businesses in the near future, too!
Marci November 28, 2012 at 12:02 AM
Excellent way to learn about businesses in the area which I am not knowledgeable about~ Thanks for focusing on locally owned which I love to support!
Peggy Weggy November 28, 2012 at 12:18 AM
I'm more interested in finding out why there are so many vacant store fronts in Dearborn.


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