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Clothing boutique, coffee shop coming to Imperial PDF Print E-mail

By Carolyn Lee
The Imperial Republican

The owners of 509 Broadway are busy painting, drilling and are electrified about their new store. Literally, wiring was going in at the store at 509 Broadway Monday, and Jacci Brown and Tiffany Reeves are excited about their new boutique and coffee shop.
With a late winter opening date, the two plan to sell unique clothing not found in department or chain stores for tweens, teens and adults. They will also stock Longhorn and Husker apparel.
A coffee shop just inside the front door will feature three to four tables. Customers will be served coffee, lattes and espressos, as well as light breakfasts such as rolls and Danish.
The women have had retail experience in the past. Brown, who owned Little Miss Muffits online, said, “I missed doing it.” Reeves is a Pampered Chef representative and has been involved in several different ventures.
As they prepare to go to market to select clothing, the two are busy remodeling the store, which had housed Mudbuckets. “We want it to have its own look,” they explained.
The two will also sell their product online at www.509broadway.com.