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Cat Horn, a server at Mykel's for 22 years and cook at the hospital for 16 years, Paul Reid, now-retired owner of the Sagaya markets in Anchorage, and Allie Ostrander, a senior at Kenai Central High School, had their work cut out for them.
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The ultimate goal is convenience for customers, particularly during the holidays," said Paul Reid," owner of Sagaya Corporation.
Reid and his mother founded New Sagaya in 1976.
The store was originally located at 3309 Spenard Road and had 13 parking spaces.
Business expanded and New Sagaya
relocated to its current location in the 1980's.
The current midtown location provides 108 parking spots, but demand is once again growing.
Recognizing yet another need for additional parking, Reid
acquired the adjacent property North of New Sagaya's Midtown market
The Emissions Test Center
and Tire Factory continued to occupy the property because they were under a previous lease.
The lease recently expired, allowing Sagaya Corporation
to remove the buildings and provide more parking for customers.
"Our customers are the No. 1 priority," said Reid
Paul Reid, Vice Chair, President/Owner, Sagaya Corporation
Kazan v. Dough Boys, Inc. (02/20/2009) sp-6338, 201 P3d 508
Sagayas owner, Paul Reid, testified that the lien . . .
was inhibiting [Dough Boys and Sagaya] from closing on the
purchase of [Europa Bakery and Caf Europa].
Reid also noted that
he acted as a closer on the deal by go[ing] back and forth to
both [Dough Boys and Kazan].
$60,000 payment and was not executed by Dough Boys
Alaska Journal of Commerce: This Week in Alaska Business History 08/12/02
Sagaya was formed in 1975 by Paul Reid and his mother, Hiroko Nito; they are still 100 percent owners of the firm.
About seven years ago, Reid
decided to get into the roe on kelp production business himself.