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Ribbon-Cutting Held At Beran Metal Company In Bucyrus
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  Originally Published on: 7/1/2014

A newly-formed partnership hopes to revitalize the metal-fabricating and artistic tile design business in Bucyrus. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Tuesday for Beran Metal Company at 222 West Mary Street for the new business owned by Mark Beran and Aaron Daniel. Daniel says he did some tile work for Mark Beran, which led to the partnership between the two friends in adding stonework and artistic tile design to the company. Mark Beran says the company can do many things for customers, along with restoration projects, wrought-iron fencing and general fabrication.

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