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‘Eclectic’ Home Goods Shop to Open on Spring Street

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4 comments:

  • marvin vinn posted at 6:15 am on Mon, Apr 28, 2014.

    marvinvinn Posts: 13

    It is a great idea and I can not wait to check your home products. I recently repaired my air conditioning system, using the Eastern Tech's services and in this process I threw some kitchen appliances and now I have to replace them. I am sure I will find everything I need in your store.

     
  • Horthos Maus posted at 4:42 pm on Tue, Sep 11, 2012.

    Morthos Posts: 78

    Julie Tomaiko Anderson, what in the name of sweet flying holy ratbiscuit are you talking about? This is not another discount store, did you not read where it says items will be priced from $3 to $10,000?

     
  • Caryn Hofberg posted at 11:48 pm on Wed, Sep 5, 2012.

    FLEA Posts: 2

    This is really exciting. I'm so happy to see more retail in the neighborhood.

    I would just like to point out that FLEA on 6th street between Spring and Main also carries home decor, i.e. furniture, art, antiques, collectables, accessories, etc. I was the first store down here that carried any type of home furnishings and have also provided interior design and professional organizing services along with our merchandise for over 3 years now.

     
  • Julie Tomaiko Anderson posted at 9:07 pm on Wed, Sep 5, 2012.

    dtbunny9 Posts: 1

    Oh good, another discount store in downtown. Why do people with such an allegedly high median income need a Ross, a Target and now a Home goods? Big box discount stores do not make places nicer.