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ConsultNet, Inc.
321 James St, Geneva, IL 60134
At its new location in downtown Geneva, ConsultNet, Inc. is a computer consulting company with over 15 years ofMore experience that provides service to home users and businesses. Visit the Web site for more details.
808 W State St, Geneva, IL 60134
Formerly Park National Bank, USBANK is in downtown Geneva. The bank offers traditional banking services, as well asMore loans for autos, home mortgages and small businesses. Certificates of deposit, money market funds and securities investments are also available services. The drive-through and ATM machines are easily accessible from the bank's State Street entrance.
Antiques on State
422 W State St, Geneva, IL 60134
Since 2007 this antiques and collectibles business has been located in an old home on West State Street (RouteMore 38) in downtown Geneva. Specialties of this shop are estate jewelery, costume jewelery, pottery, china, silver, vintage decor and fine art. Some furniture and paper antiques as well can be found in the seven display rooms.
Strawflower Shop/Rug Merchant
210 W State St, Geneva, IL 60134
The Strawflower Shop has been at the core of Geneva's State Street business market for 36 years. With one of the largestMore display floors in all downtown Geneva, there is a lot to discover on all three levels of the store. Shoppers are sure to meet all of their interior design needs here, from furniture to floor coverings and home accessories.  
Great Harvest Bread Co.
13 N 3rd St, Geneva, IL 60134

Located in the heart of downtown Geneva, this bakery specializes in handcrafted gourmet bread, such as honey wholeMore wheat, nine grain, and Swedish rye. Customers can also purchase other baked goods like snickerdoodles and cream-cheese scones. Visit the website to learn about daily specials and check out recipes.

Great Harvest is a "Freedom Franchise," which allows owners Kim and Marty Kane have the freedom to run the business as they choose.

"We can elect to seek out the support of the franchise if we need it but really we are independent small business owners, local families, and a part of the communities that we live in," Kim Kane said.


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