Embroidery business owner says why not move to downtown Muskegon?

MUSKEGON, MI – An embroidery business owner plans a new production and facility next to Carmen’s Cafe in downtown Muskegon and city leadership is being asked to approve a tax freeze to assist with building renovations.

Y-Knot Embroidery plans to move its production facility from Holton Road in North Muskegon to the downtown location on Jefferson Street by April, said Y-Knot owner Tammy Whynot. The company has been on Holton Road for 10 years, she said.

“I want to be part of the downtown area,” Whynot said. “I’ve been wanting to be downtown for a couple of years now.”


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