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The new shop allows Kim to bring his customers to Brandon where they can see all the product lines that he has to offer. In fact, he has already hosted clients from Edmonton who are opening a 150-room hotel in that city later this year. Kim travels to major international trade fairs in China and Hong Kong a few times a year to search for products for his wholesale customers. Now however, retail customers in the Westman region will also be able to take advantage of his shopping experience. "Patrick looks for products that are unique and different, but still trendy and of good quality. He’s managed to find the right manufacturers that fit in the Canadian market and are reliable," Kang said. In terms of the coffee shop, O&O Coffee, Kang said they both love coffee, so they thought it would be a good fit for their store as well as for downtown Brandon. "We want people to be able to come and enjoy their coffee and the atmosphere. We want everyone to be able to see how comfortable the furniture is and to see if it works for them," Kang said. They are currently brewing Fratello Coffee, a fresh roasted coffee from Calgary, speciality teas from China and eventually they will offer sandwiches, salads and a few sweets.

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