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Monday, May 05, 2014

The EuGenius Market helped at least five companies move into their first retail locations.

EuGenius alumni John and Donna Weisman have opened UsedTronics, a used computer sales and repair store, in space they share with another former EuGenius tenant, Pacific NW Distributors, which sells fishing supplies, records, sunglasses and movies, at 4660 Main St., Building A, in Springfield.

Then there’s Twila Massey, who started the Gluten Free Cart at EuGenius and now shares space with Alpine Catering and Pi Pizza at 225 W. Broadway in downtown Eugene.

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