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HND Fashion, 2101 Main Street Suite D: late 2000s   7 comments

Posted at 2:09 am in Uncategorized



I would have thought this store and its enclosing little plaza were on Elmwood which these suites face, but web search matches the visible 2101-D street number to Main.

Other than that, I was able to find out very little other than that it was a clothing store, which was already pretty much apparent from the name. In particular, they weren't listed in any of my old phonebooks, so the closing date is a complete guess.

Written by ted on February 28th, 2013

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  1. This is the old Ken Hyatt Chrysler Plymouth dealership. Ken was best known for plastering his big ole moon pie face on the building and selling 'convergence' vans.


    28 Feb 13 at 7:40 am

  2. Must've been selling Tonka vans....


    28 Feb 13 at 4:12 pm

  3. I don't get it?? Unless mike is a good friend of Ken's and took offense at tonkatoy's comment. From what I remember, Ken Hyatt was also known for a lot more unsavory things than his big ole moon pie face.


    2 Mar 13 at 11:54 pm

  4. One of Ken Hyatt's radio spots dealt with he would take just about anything of value for payment, like fine jewelry. "I'll even take a cross-eyed chicken that lays square eggs--anything that don't hiss!"

    This site was previously the Oliver Motor Company before Ken Hyatt. Hyatt later moved out to Greystone, and something weird happened. Overnight (as I recall), his entire inventory of vehicles. . . disappeared. I don't know what the issue was. I suspect some disagreement between him and Chrysler, so he took "his" cars and left. But, whatever the cause, it wasn't much later that the successor Chrysler dealership opened in the Greystone location.


    3 Mar 13 at 7:14 am

  5. My comment was because I thought that tonkatoy had commented on the wrong entry. The size of the storefront and his handle was the source of my comment. I realize now (due to the last comment) that he was referring to the entire parcel that was originally Oliver Motor Co. not just the finance storefront.


    3 Mar 13 at 7:22 am

  6. @Mike. That makes sense, now that you've explained it, and that was pretty funny. Sorry, I must have been in a bad mood last night.


    3 Mar 13 at 3:39 pm

  7. That was actually pretty funny, Mike.

    (I hate to admit it, but it swooshed right over my head)


    4 Mar 13 at 7:59 am

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