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Table Talk Pies ‘almost didn’t make it’; Cliff Rucker, financial partners, help save Worcester pie company from collapse


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Anonymous said…
It makes you wonder if the move was a cause of the problem. I would assume they owned the building at Kelley Sq. The two new buildings must have cost alot. I am sorry for the employees and a family business. Good luck.
Bill Randell said…
I believe they did in fact own the buildings at Kelley Square. The new buildings on Gardner/Armory/Southgate Place, they do not own. They lease them.
David Z. said…
Chacharone Properties built their new bakery so I’m not surprised Jim Chacharone is one of the investors who stepped up to the plate to help save Table Talk.

And it can’t be overstated how much Cliff Rucker has meant to Worcester since getting the Railers started at the DCU. He hasn’t stopped investing in Worcester since!
Anonymous said…
Hmmm. I wonder if the landlord at that time was the city with the eminent domain taking
Anonymous said…
From reading the article I can't figure out if Rucker helped to finance the equipment in the new buildings.