Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Betty Blue's Junk Shop to Close on May 28

Posted By on Tue, May 13, 2014 at 3:00 PM

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Sad news from Midtown, Kim Kysar announced on Facebook that her vintage boutique Betty Blue's Junk will be closing due to some "unexpected health concerns."

The official word from Facebook:
We are sad to announce the shop will be closing due to the owner’s need to focus on some unexpected health concerns. We will be open regular hours 10-5 daily through Wednesday, May 28th. We will be closed the 29th and 30th, and an auction will be held on Saturday, May 31st. More details on that as it draws closer.

We are so grateful for all of the support of our friends and customers over the past 3 years. We couldn’t have done this, or enjoyed this wee little journey without all of you.

It’s a shame, we had such grand plans for this little shop, and they were all on the verge of becoming reality. Please stop by in these last days, grab that treasure that’s been haunting you, say hello, say adios, just say hey.

Thanks everyone, for everything. Especially Terry, Lisa, Alan, Skeeter, Jenn, and Paul, who all helped pull this little dream together and made it successful and super fun.

If anyone is looking for a top-notch employee, Lisa is the bee's knees, there's no one better, more trust-worthy, or reliable.
We will keep Betty Blue’s Junk Shop alive online, and you may see us at events or maybe a pop-up shop, here or there, who knows?

Much love in junk,

Kim
The shop is located on 262 S. Plumer Ave. Go here for more information.

*Correction: The shop will close on the 28th, but there will be an auction on the May 31st.

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