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This is a Petition to help keep Sho-Me Bubble Tea Cafe at Westfield Shopping Center, in their current home, at West County Mall. The reason for the petition: We will be there year, come September 9, 2005. In less than a year, we were asked to relocate within the food court, because of a jewelry store wanting to move into our space. We did it without complaining or hesitation and had to make the move at our own expense, which wasn\'t cheap. We put a lot of our money and time into building out the new structure for Sho-Me Bubble Tea, and after residing in the space for only 3 weeks, we were approached to relocate ONCE AGAIN. This time into one of the other two vacant spots in the food court, because Subway wants our spot. Even though we have a temporary lease on the spot, which means it could be taken over by another vendor, we assumed that out of \"good faith,\" West County mall management wouldn\'t make us go through this grueling process again. As it turns out, they are and there is a letter of agreement from Subway regarding our spot, and this transition is going to take place within the next month or so. We don\'t feel like this is fair to us or our customers, and we are trying to fight it so that we can remain in our spot and let Subway have one of the other vacant spots. We would greatly appreciate your support in signing this on-line Petition form, to help keep Bubble Tea keep in their new home and not have to go through all the trouble of moving again. A sincere thank you to all of our very much appreciated customers. Sincerely, The Sho-Me Bubble Tea Staff


This is a Petition to help keep Sho-Me Bubble Tea Cafe at Westfield Shopping Center, in their current home and location, at West County Mall. The staff at Sho-Me Bubble Tea and the mall employees would like your support to help fight the large conglomerate Westfield Shopping malls from pushing small businesses out.

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