I-ron-ic’s owners to open an art, antiques store in York

 

Business has been so strong at i-ron-ic since the shop opened on West Philadelphia Street earlier this year, that owners Steve Billet and David Smith are getting ready to open a second store across the street.

Source: I-ron-ic’s owners to open an art, antiques store – The York Daily Record 

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