Seneca Chamber to Conduct Ribbon Cutting at Open House Event: Shoppe Around the Corner

Shoppe Around the Corner Celebrates Opening with Chamber Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

 

shoppe around the corner flyer front(Seneca Falls, NY) The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce has announced that it will host a ribbon cutting ceremony to kick off the Grand Opening of Shoppe Around the Corner in Seneca Falls, on Friday, November 14th at 4:00pm.

 

Located at 17 Bridge Street, the new business is a family owned and operated boutique-like shop that specializes in antiques, vintage and re-purposed items. Business owners Dawn and James Murray, both Seneca County natives, are acting out their lifelong dream of owning a small antique shop where they are able to share and sell items from their personal collection.  Many of the handmade pieces that are also featured in the store include crafts and jewelry which are made by family members.

 

Following the Opening Event, the Shoppe will offer extended hours from Friday November 14th through Sunday November 16th, and will be open from 10am – 6pm. For more information, please call (315) 712-4122 or visit Shoppe Around the Corner on facebook.

 

For more information about promotional events or additional membership benefits, please call the Seneca County Chamber of Commerce at (315) 568‐2906 or visit www.senecachamber.org.

                                                                                  

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Established in 1968, the Seneca County Chamber of Commerce represents over 500 local and regional business and associate members. The Chamber provides initiative and leadership, offering programs and benefits that promote its members, foster economic development, and enhance the quality of life in Seneca County. The Chamber is also the official Tourism Promotion Agency (TPA) for Seneca County, providing tourism marketing services to generate additional exposure and publicity for area attractions. The Chamber houses two on-site Visitors’ Centers at its main location- including its business office and the famous historic windmill building located along routes 5&20, and also staffs information centers at the PETRO rest stop along the New York State Thruway, and at Waterloo Premium Outlets.  Visit www.senecachamber.org or www.fingerlakesgateway.com for more information.