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|Tuesday, June 09, 2009|
More than 40 dealers occupy stalls at the Farmer's Co-op Antique Mall in Redmond, but the business has only two employees: the owner and the manager. Tiah Abbas left her career in banking to take over the antiques center in 2002. And she's glad she made the change.
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