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New Record Store Opens its Doors on Bridge St.

The Creep Industries Store, a music store specializing in items such as posters, turntables and knick-knacks, along with current, collectors’ and used CDs and vinyl records, opened its doors last Friday during May's First Friday festivities. The store located at 239 Bridge Street, is run by the owners of Creep Records, a music label based out of West Chester.

The official Grand Opening is not until June 2nd so you may want to give them a call at 484-927-4390 before heading over.

Best of luck to Arik and the other owners of Creep.

For more information, including a full write up of last week's First Friday, see The Phoenix article.


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