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    Two sign leases at Village at Leesburg

    The Village at Leesburg will see two new businesses open in the coming months, as Cutthroat Yarn and SwimKids recently signed leases.

    Cutthroat Yarn is a full-service boutique yarn shop that will open in March, while SwimKids is a swim school set to open in the summer.

    In addition to offering items for sale, Cutthroat Yarn will offer needle art classes for children and adults. SwimKids will offer private and group lessons, with the opportunity for older kids to compete on a swim team.
    Comments

    Cutthroat?????
    Really?!
    That is the worst name I’ve ever heard.
    When I hear cutthroat… The first thing that comes to my mind is NOT yarn.  Just saying.


    Didn’t they have a swim busines go under???? And yarn place should have come up with a better name….Cutthroat???

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