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Tie Bar to close Naperville office News
Tie Bar to close Naperville office
CEO of The Tie Bar Michael Alter spoke with The Sun Monday afternoon from Wisconsin while on business and said the decision “was not an easy one for us, and we are doing our best to support and help those transitioning.”
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