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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Fort Thomas Businesses On The Move


The popular embroidery shop, Love Letters, has been in business for 6 years.  They have been very successful throughout those years and they are hoping that success will follow them to the middle of town.  Love Letters will be moving from the Inverness District to their new headquarters at 10 Highland Avenue. 




 I got in contact with Jessica Bouldin to ask a couple of questions about the move.

“At our new location there will be more parking than we previously had in the Inverness District,” Jessica explained. “The main reason for the move is that we have recently gotten new vendors along with some old ones and we thought it was time for a change.  We are excited about the central location of our new shop!”  Jessica added, “Love Letters is developing an online ordering option that will be available by summers end.”  Customers will be able to get on www.lovelettersembroidery.com and place their order for some of the store’s more popular personalized items like baby items, beach bags, coolers, backpacks, and lunch totes.

Love Letters is a family run operation.  The store is owned and operated by Gayle McMahon and her daughters:  Molly Fassler, Abbey Ball, and Jessica Bouldin.  The store also relies highly on the help of the youngest sister Carlie McMahon to make sure customers are happy with their Love Letters experience.

Love Letters address will change, but their phone number will remain the same, 441-2858.

There was a rumor that Love Letters was going to take the place of Frances’ Alterations, but that is incorrect.  Love Letters new location will be next to the dance studio.  Frances’ Alterations will be moving though; the alteration shop will re-locate to the Cobblestone Plaza.  Frances explained what type of shopping experience they were trying to emulate.  “With the existing shops in Cobblestone Plaza like Vitos and Cobblestone Cafe we are hoping for a Bellevue vibe like Fairfield Avenue.”

One more business change in the city comes in the form of an addition and not a move.  We have been made aware that a new jeweler will be moving into the old Marshall Granger location called Jewels on the Avenue.

Fort Thomas Matters wishes all of these businesses continued success in their new locations.

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