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Rezoning request for marketer OK'd

An investment of up to $2 million can proceed at a Fort Wayne marketing firm looking to be closer to the Vera Bradley distribution center.

The Allen County Plan Commission on Thursday approved a rezoning request for Britton Marketing & Design Group, 1415 Coliseum Blvd. W., which will allow a move from its present location to across the road from the handbag maker’s southwest Allen County location.

Under a proposed deal, Britton would transfer into an office and warehouse facility after it is built on the south side of Lafayette Center Road, south of General Motors Co.’s Allen County truck plant.

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