Ward Tefft to sell Chop Suey Books; WonTon the cat will stay
Chop Suey Books<br/>
Chop Suey Books owner Ward Tefft, with store mascot WonTon, plans to sell the Carytown bookstore he started about 20 years ago to two longtime customers.
Posted at 9:58 AM, Oct 13, 2021
and last updated 2021-10-13 09:58:17-04
RICHMOND, Va. -- The next chapter for a well-established Carytown bookstore will be written by new owners. Chop Suey Books owner Ward Tefft plans to sell the bookstore to longtime customers Berkley and Chris McDaniel in a deal expected to close Friday. Terms weren’t disclosed. WonTon, the store’s feline mascot, will stick around. Click here to continue reading on Richmond BizSense.
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