Creations By Tracy & Ashlee Venture Hosts Multiple Vendors In One Location
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Creations Cafe, which is part of the "Creations by Tracy and Ashlee" venture, celebrated a ribbon cutting today at their multi-retail location on the square in Brownsville, hosted by the Edmonson County Chamber of Commerce.
While the cafe, which is located upstairs in the former "Webb-Co" building, was the focus of today's event, the building itself houses several boutiques, a salon, and other vendors.
"We have clothing, retail, jewelry, and we also have Inspirations Salon with two cosmetologists, a nail tech, we have a massage therapist, and upstairs we have our new Creations Cafe, which is a new cafe-style that offers specialty sandwiches and salads," said Tracy Burba, who shares co-ownership with Ashlee Jaggers. "We're also going to be offering tanning beds soon, so we call it a 'one-stop-shop.' We also have plans to add women's plus sizes and children's clothes."
Burba said the salon is by appointment-only, and the summer cafe hours are Mon-Fri, 9am-3pm. Boutique summer hours are Mon-Fri, 9am to 5pm, and on Saturdays 9am to 4pm.
While the business prides itself in a hometown feel, as both owners are life-long residents of EC, they've also been working on improving their internet and social media presence. They've just recently been added to Google Listings, and they also stay active on their Facebook Page, Facebook Group, and on Instagram. You can also visit their website by clicking here. They are located at 104 S Main Street, Brownsville, Kentucky 42210, Phone number is 270-246-1273, and their email is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chamber of Commerce Director Greg Hudson said it's always a good thing when the Chamber can welcome another business.
"Having Creations celebrate their ribbon cutting with the Chamber is great for our local business community," he said. "It's also nice to see another venture seeing success here near our courthouse square. We encourage all local businesses and organizations to contact the Chamber to see how we can also help you."
You can visit the Edmonson County Chamber of Commerce website by clicking here.