Being Bruce -: Little Shoppe in the Village - Ribbon-Cutting

Monday, November 16, 2009

Little Shoppe in the Village - Ribbon-Cutting

We had another ribbon-cutting hosted by the North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce today. Peggy Stone, in the blue jacket weilding the giant scissors below, cut the ribbon for her new consignment and antique store in the Shoppes of Waterford in Leland, NC. It was a bright sunny morning and a good representative of NBCC Board, staff, and membership turned out to watch Peggy cut the ribbon and also to check out her store.

Inside you'll find furniture and decorative items in many styles.





Board member Justin Williams, publisher of NBM and SBM magazines brought his daughter Ava Grace. NBCC President George Murry, who also owns the neighboring Murray Art & Frame, promptly boosted Ava's sugar levels skyward by feeding her glaze from Krispee Kreme donuts.

Photographer Bob Baer, Chamber Uber-Ambassador Alice Razzano, and Pastor Jay Merritt.

Realtor Linda Mehner and SunTrust Bank's Denise Harris.

George talks with Waterford resident Steve Boone (and yeah, he is the guy from The Lovin' Spoonful).

If you're in the market for an extra piece of furniture, an ensemble, or some decorative items, or if you're downsizing or re-decorating and looking for a place to sell your pieces, be sure to check out Little Shoppe in the Village.

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