Latest News 2010 October Deli Owner’s Company Files for Bankruptcy

Deli Owner’s Company Files for Bankruptcy

The company run by Bill Sohovich, who recently shut down Blossom Deli, has filed for bankruptcy. Sohovich Enterprises has reportedly filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection. Debts have been listed at about $939,000 while assets are at about $7,300. Sohovich did recently attempt to operate another restaurant, Billy's, but failed at this.      

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