Petra Emerson, Stopps Cleaners

Todd, Marcia
May 2008
Fabricare Canada;May/Jun2008, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p11
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the business career of Petra Emerson and her company, Stopps Cleaners which is located in Milton, Ontario. It also offers vital information about Milton, Ontario such population, the community and business environment. Accordingly, Emerson helped her father, Alfred Stopps, in his business when she was teenager, then run a custom drapery business before she got married. When her father retired from his business, Emerson bought her father's business.


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