There is a whole lot going on that is new at Stryker’s Green Awning Gallery but the new owners of the business are also committed to keeping a good deal of the old. Whether it’s Victorian or rustic styled home décor or gift items, the store is likely to have just what it is you are looking for and is proud to announce that they will soon be adding fresh floral and silk arrangements to the products and services they offer as well.
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After deciding that they wished to move to Arkansas to be closer to their grandchildren the business’s previous owners, Tom and Kathy Short, recently sold the business to new owners Randy and Joni Rosebrock.
The Rosebrocks also own Abbey Lane in Hicksville. The Hicksville location also offers a florist and some unique home décor and gift ideas as well as consignment furniture.
Green Awning Gallery will continue to offer antiques and unique gift and décor items but will soon be adding to their products and services. The new products and services will include fresh floral arrangements that will be available for prom, Mother’s Day, and spring weddings as well as silk arrangements for home décor and other purposes. Memorial Day saddles will also soon be available. The store will also soon be adding more sympathy items. Manager and Florist at Green Awning Gallery, Nicki Bassett, says that she is excited that “the store is keeping its original ambiance while offering the new products and services”.
The store’s emphasis on the unique will extend to these new products and floral arrangements. Bassett explains that, while there will be prearranged items available, they will also be offering to do arrangements that are more personal and unique for their customers as well.
Bassett also notes that since the new owners and management took over on April 1 that there has been a tremendous amount of community support from Stryker residents as well as other Stryker business owners. Bassett also expressed that she is “looking forward to serving the community and working with other area businesses”.
Those in the market for truly unique gifts or décor or those simply wanting to browse through a store that offers a warm, nostalgic environment can stop by and visit the store located at 106 S. Defiance Street in Stryker. Store hours are from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm Tuesdays through Fridays and from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on Saturdays. The store is generally closed on Sundays and Mondays.
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