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Reclaim closing Menlo Park store

Doors shut once inventory sold

Reclaim, a Menlo Park home furnishings and design store with an eco-friendly emphasis, will close once its remaining inventory is sold, probably by October, owner Bridget Biscotti Bradley said.

"We loved working with our community and educating people about sustainable and healthy products for the home, and we appreciated the support of the community," she said. "We're sad to be closing but we enjoyed the experience and we have no regrets!"

After nearly four years of running Reclaim on Santa Cruz Avenue, Ms. Bradley said she will keep writing and editing home improvement and design books for Sunset Publishing, but has no plans to open another store.

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Reclaim closing Menlo Park store

Doors shut once inventory sold

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Uploaded: Thu, Sep 8, 2011, 11:39 am

Reclaim, a Menlo Park home furnishings and design store with an eco-friendly emphasis, will close once its remaining inventory is sold, probably by October, owner Bridget Biscotti Bradley said.

"We loved working with our community and educating people about sustainable and healthy products for the home, and we appreciated the support of the community," she said. "We're sad to be closing but we enjoyed the experience and we have no regrets!"

After nearly four years of running Reclaim on Santa Cruz Avenue, Ms. Bradley said she will keep writing and editing home improvement and design books for Sunset Publishing, but has no plans to open another store.

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