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Tully's Coffee has acquired the Los Angeles Coffee Station stores, which operate under the name Grand Central Coffee, in a transaction finalized on September 29, 2000. With the acquisition of the Coffee Station stores, Tully's will enter the Los Angeles market with three existing prominent locations prior to the opening of the currently scheduled 18 Tully's locations before the end of the year.


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