Morning Brew: Bob Evans Remodeling, AT&T Spending Millions in Cleveland, American Greetings Staying, and Tressel in Trouble

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Good morning, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while you go all Buckeye crazy on the haters today.

— American Greetings announced it will keep its headquarters in Ohio, but no specific location was given. Would have been great if John Kasich sent them a thank you card from Hallmark. (Cleveland.com)

— Bob Evans is remodeling the first farm and restaurant in a $3 million facelift which will include turning a barn into a meeting space. What? The pig pen was unavailable? (AP)

— AT&T and Verizon announced they're spending hundreds of millions of dollars to upgrade services in the Cleveland area. Soon you'll be able to Facebook stalk your ex two times faster. (Cleveland.com)

— A Yahoo! Sports investigation claims that OSU head coach Jim Tressel knew about memorabilia/tattoo gate months before Ohio State told NCAA investigators. To our knowledge, Jim Tressel has never sold a sweatervest for a tattoo. (Yahoo!)

We'll be back momentarily.

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