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Carter Ryley Thomas Public Relations and Marketing Council moves into former home of chain Italian restaurant. 

Carter Ryley Thomas Slurps Up Spaghetti Warehouse

They're gonna be cooking up something a lot different at the old Spaghetti Warehouse building. Carter Ryley Thomas Public Relations and Marketing Council has purchased the building at 701 Bainbridge just off of the Manchester Bridge. Chief Operating Officer Mike Mulvihill tells us the company's 48 employees will be moving into the 40,000-square-foot, three-story building about mid-2000. Between now and then, The Glave firm will work on designs to refurbish the unused upper two floors of building, formerly occupied by the chain Italian restaurant. Mulvihill estimates the new space can accommodate 110 or more employees. With 40 percent growth in the firm's business this year, they made need space soon.

The company will move from its current space at 1 E. Cary Street downtown. Why the move across the river? "We've been accused of moving there for access to Legends," he says dryly. "That's not
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