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Goodbye Junction City – Hello Ecuador!

Posted on 31 October 2012 by admin

photo by Michelle Long

In a meeting with The Tribune News, Mr. Taylor, the operator, for Love In The Air Llc. announced his intentions to liquidate and close the company.  Mr. Taylor stated they have had a great couple of years in Junction City, but it was time to move to the next phase of their business plan.
The company next phase is to move to Ecuador and convert to a U.S. nonprofit organization, dedicated to funding small local U.S. charities and fraternal organizations who have specific programs serving our core groups, i.e. children, women, senior citizen and U.S. Military personnel and their families.
As an example, Mr. Taylor named several local organizations in Junction City, which would qualify in the future. His list included, J.C. Lions vision eye care program, Education Together Foundation and Local Aid. Mr. Taylor stated they were starting their liquidation sale Oct. 31. When asked why liquidate before two major holidays, Mr. Taylor said they still wanted to give back to the community and this was the best way.  He also said that all the jewelry would be 50 percent off and the Alpaca and Llama apparel would be discounted 30 percent.
Anybody who has shopped at Love In The Air, know they already have the lowest prices in the valley. Mr. Taylor stated everything would be sold; tables, displays and miscellaneous office items.
Mr. Taylor also wanted to thank The Tribune News and Steve Rowland for all the support in making Love In The Air Llc. possible. All the people at the Tribune News have been wonderful, and the business could not have had any better group of people to share our space.
Mr. Taylor would like to thank all the people who have supported his efforts by purchasing jewelry and Alpaca apparel – they have been fantastic!

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