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Open for Business: Greenwich

If you're a local business owner who is open for business post-Hurricane Sandy, please post your info in our comments section below to let readers know.

With so many local businesses still recovering from the effects of Hurricane Sandy, Patch is compiling a list of businesses that are open and serving the community. Are you open for business? All you have to do is post your business news with the name and address of your business, the hours you’re open in the comment section of this story.

Plus, please include any special services, products or other information that might be useful to the community. For example, do you have wifi, fresh water, or charging stations? Let us know and we’ll publish it on Patch, in our email newsletter, and on our Facebook page.

Michael Zelenz November 03, 2012 at 11:41 AM
Zelenz Brother's Auto Body, 37 Sherwood Place, Greenwich, Ct 203-554-4376. Open today (saturday) from 9:30am until 12noon. Can help you fix your car and help you navigate with your insurance company. 100 years in business.
Ella Vickers Recycled Sailcloth Collection November 03, 2012 at 12:23 PM
Ella Vickers, 85 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich. Open Monday -Saturday 10-6 and Sunday 12-5. Come in, get warm and feel free to charge your phone!
Craig Vitale November 03, 2012 at 12:24 PM
Combine Training, 469 W Putnam Ave Greenwich, CT 203-717-1700. Open today from 9am - 5pm (Saturday). Stop in and check out the newest athletic training facility in town. Or just come in for a warm shower, to power up your devices, or to use our free WiFi. All are welcome as we restore our town.
Richard Zimmerman November 03, 2012 at 01:12 PM
Action Arts School and Old Greenwich Karate finally have power on and are open for business!
Robin Vanacore November 03, 2012 at 01:55 PM
The Round Hill Store has been open for business throughout the storm and will continue to feed the generators and bring in supplies. We may not be able to toast your bagel, but we can still put cream cheese on it and still can make most sandwiches on the menu.
Vincenzo Mirella Bertone November 04, 2012 at 01:50 AM
Bertone Private Car Service in Greenwich, CT is open for business for the tristate area. You may call 203-496-6098,
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