Small Town Boutique Gets Big City RecognitionPublished: January 26, 2011
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In an age of anchors and big business, the little guys are often overlooked. They are pushed aside to make room for the big guns. The success odds for a small business are harsh. The latest statistics from the Small Business Administration (SBA) show that 34 percent of new employer establishments fail within the first two years, and 56 percent fail during the first four years. Groovy’s is a woman owned fashion boutique that has beaten the odds. They have seven years of retail under their belt along with boasting double digit sales increases each year regardless of the economic turmoil. Groovy’s now can add another feather in their fashionable cap… 2010’s BEST WOMEN’S BOUTIQUE by WFAA’s A-List!
“I am so thrilled that someone outside of Dallas can receive such an incredible award. It truly is a testament to our loyal customer base and our small town approach to big city business. We are so proud to represent all of ‘the little guys’ in the fashion business,” stated Christi Foster, owner of Groovy’s.
Groovy’s is a casual shopping destination for women of all ages. The store features premium denim, fun jewelry, trendy tops, Vera Bradley and TOMS shoes. Their small town customer service and high city fashion sets this boutique apart from their competition. Groovy’s started in an old cotton gin in Forney, Texas and have grown to add two other retail storefronts in Rockwall and Arlington.
All that is left to do now is celebrate! As a big thanks to all the ladies that love and support all three locations, get ready to dance the night away as Groovy’s closes down the Rockwall store to PARTY! The DJ will be rockin’ and the drinks will be cold, so here’s to you!
WHAT: A-List Party!
WHEN: February 3, 2011 from 7pm - 8:30pm
WHERE: 110 E. Rusk Street, Rockwall, Texas 75087
CONTACT: Christi Foster (469) 939-1776 or (972)722-8004
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