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MARIA ESQUINCA About half of the wine Regina Gaines plans to sell at her new wine shop, Pure Vin, will be Michigan-made. The top 10 semifinalists in the Comerica Hatch Detroit contest presented by Opportunity Detroit are set, and voting opens at midnight Friday to choose four finalists from them.After the public narrows down the finalists, one winner will receive a $50,000 grant courtesy of Comerica Bank to help jumpstart Detroit’s next best brick-and-mortar business.The annual contest awards cash and pro bono legal services, advertising, accounting and IT services for the best new, locally based retail business plans.You can cast your vote at, beginning at midnight.“This year’s semifinalists have some of the most innovative retail business ideas I’ve seen throughout the contest’s five years,” said Vittoria Katanski, executive director of Hatch Detroit, in a release.The top 10 businesses vying for public votes are:Bohomodern, a boutique featuring clothing , furniture, decor, and gifts for women, men, kids and home.Eskimo Jacks Artisan Cookies + Ice Cream, which sells its made-from-scratch cookies and ice cream through food carts, events and local markets and seeks a retail space in Detroit.House of Pure Vin, a wine shop for Michigan wine lovers and connoisseurs, set to open on the first floor of a Lofts at Merchants Row building on Woodward Avenue downtown in late September.Live Cycle Delight, which hopes to become the first “contemporary cycle studio” in downtown Detroit.Mi Alma best hermes replica , a restaurant concept focused on fresh baked goods, housemade sausages and blended juices for the Southwest Detroit community.MOR & Co., an outdoors store to engage city dwellers through approachable outdoor experiences and high-quality gear, accessories and apparel for outdoor city living.Motor City Meatball Kitchen, a from-scratch kitchen concept where the meatball takes center stage, with house-ground meats, homemade sauces and dressings with locally sourced products.Norma G’s authentic Caribbean cuisine, which hopes to expand its mobile business to a brick-and-mortar location in Detroit.Orleans + Winder, a retail platform concept to highlight the work of the  finest emerging artists and designers, with a focus on artisanal creations.The Royce Detroit, which seeks to provide essentials you simply can’t live without like wine, food, home goods and friendship.The first round of public voting to narrow the semifinalists to four finalists runs through Aug. 20. The second round of public voting is Aug. 21-28 at noon.The winner will be announced at the Hatch Off event on Aug. 28, where the final four will present their business pitch one last time to a panel of judges at The Madison Building in Detroit. Related LinksLive Cycle Delight wins $50,000 Comerica Hatch Detroit contestComerica economist Robert Dye named best in U.S.

10 retail, food startups announced as semifinalists in Comerica Hatch Detroit contest

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