Sanctuary on 2nd has been around for a hot minute now, and they are looking for new ways to connect with fellow small businesses. “I wanted the spa to be a place where individuals are able to express their creative minds, whether by providing them a space to work as a provider at the spa, or doing events where I can bring others in to share their world, and give us a chance to see what they offer, and what they are passionate about,” says Chelsea Reynolds, owner of Sanctuary on 2nd.
Supporting Small-town Business
Chelsea was contacted by a friend recently asking if she’d like to host a pop up shop for a vintage boutique in Huntington, and she knew it would be a great fit. “I absolutely love anything vintage, so when I heard The Local was looking for a host, I was so excited for this to be our first event!” The Local is based out of Huntington, West Virginia, and Cruel Summer Vintage, the second business joining the pop up event, is from Gallipolis, Ohio.
It wasn’t too planning intensive, Chelsea says. “We just had to touch base a few times to discuss details, but because they’re prepared and providing clothing racks and displays, I just have to provide the space!”
She’s excited to be supporting some fellow small-town businesses. “Being in a small town, it’s important to all work together on supporting other small businesses,” she says. “And it’s even better if it offers us something to do that is different from the regular, everyday stuff.”
The Pop Up Shop will be Saturday, March 19 from 11am to 4pm at Sanctuary on 2nd located at 106 W. 2nd Avenue in downtown Williamson. Want to learn more about these shops? Visit The Local Facebook page here, and Cruel Summer Vintage’s Facebook page
All photos from Sanctuary on 2nd