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Local Business Spotlight: LuLu Boutique & Gifterie

LuLu Boutique & Gifterie,creation of Joan Moore and Keely Wrigley, opened in March on 10 S. Main Street. With some encouragement from Dan Mrusko, owner of Grace Tattoo, we were happy to join Main Street. Our shop specializes in lightly worn and vintage clothing, handmade goods and gifts. Our shop contains everything that ladies love: clothes, jewelry, shoes, bags, candles, soaps, etc. We feature local artists who are crafty, and are constantly adding to our collection. If you need a gift for your girlfriend or a baby shower, stop in. And yes, "gifterie" is a made up word-but you know you like it!

If you are cleaning out your closet, bring in your cute clothes to LuLu and you may be leaving with some extra cash in your pocket. You can exchange your cute tops, skirts, dresses, shoes, and bags in good condition for cash.

We are having a great time meeting new people in town and welcome everyone to our Grand Opening, May 6th First Friday. We'll have music, food, discounts, and more. We hope to see you all there. Please support your local shops and artists.

LuLu Boutique & Gifterie
10 S. Main Street
Phoenixville, PA 19460
luluonmain@gmail.com
610-933-1852
http://www.facebook.com/luluboutiqueandgifterie

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