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Located at:
167 S.W. Court Street 
Dallas, Oregon
USA 97338

Store Hours:
Mon-Fri:
9:30am-5:30pm
Sat: 10 am-5 pm
Sun: Noon-4pm

T: 503.623.0451 
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503.623.0498 
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Grandma's Attic Sewing Emporium 
"Small Business of the Year 2001 Award"

A local newspaper published an article that reads:

It would have been easy to move out of downtown Dallas. There are other locations, even other cities, where there are more customers for a quilting and stitching business. 

The common perception is that small town core areas are dying. 
There are certainly just enough empty storefronts to support the cynicism.

However, Rachel Greco, the owner of Grandma's Attic, decided to do something different. She not only stayed downtown, she expanded. She has worked to become a destination store bringing people to the downtown area and has also developed a web site.

Janet Hutchison, the manager of the Dallas Area Chamber of Commerce, said Greco is an inspiration to other small business owners.


Entrepreneur Rachel Greco 

Small Business of the Year 2001 Award

District 23 Western Willamette Vallery House of RepresentativesJanuary 28, 2002

Ms. Rachel Greco, Grandma's Attic
167 SW Court, Dallas, OR 97338

Dear Rachel:

Congratulations on being named Dallas's Small Business of the year. It's a great honor to be recognized by your peers in the Chamber of Commerce for your contributions to the health and well being of our business community, and for the success you have achieved.

Again, congratulations to you, and best wishes in the years to come.

Best regards.

Yours very truly,
Lane Shetterly