Two new businesses open with ribbon cuttings

Annie Lee Pierce helps her granddaughter, Bailey Ann Ray, cut the ribbon opening Pierce’s new business, Blessed Beyond Measure in the Starmount Crossing Shopping Center in Jonesville Friday. Pierce used the sewing shears of her late mother, Annie Reba Pierce, to cut the ribbon, because her mother taught her how to sew. Her father, John Robert Pierce, left, looks on. The new store offers lots of infant and children accessories and clothing, as well as alterations and other services. - Wendy Byerly Wood | The Tribune
Carrie and Justin Roberts cut the ribbon opening their new store, Elk Emporium, on North Bridge Street in Elkin Friday morning. The emporium hosts a number of vendor spots, with spots still available for those interested in selling their items. Everything from soaps, to jewelry, clothes, home decor and gift items can be found in the store. - Wendy Byerly Wood | The Tribune

Carrie and Justin Roberts cut the ribbon opening their new store, Elk Emporium, on North Bridge Street in Elkin Friday morning. The emporium hosts a number of vendor spots, with spots still available for those interested in selling their items. Everything from soaps, to jewelry, clothes, home decor and gift items can be found in the store.

Annie Lee Pierce helps her granddaughter, Bailey Ann Ray, cut the ribbon opening Pierce’s new business, Blessed Beyond Measure in the Starmount Crossing Shopping Center in Jonesville Friday. Pierce used the sewing shears of her late mother, Annie Reba Pierce, to cut the ribbon, because her mother taught her how to sew. Her father, John Robert Pierce, left, looks on. The new store offers lots of infant and children accessories and clothing, as well as alterations and other services.

Annie Lee Pierce helps her granddaughter, Bailey Ann Ray, cut the ribbon opening Pierce’s new business, Blessed Beyond Measure in the Starmount Crossing Shopping Center in Jonesville Friday. Pierce used the sewing shears of her late mother, Annie Reba Pierce, to cut the ribbon, because her mother taught her how to sew. Her father, John Robert Pierce, left, looks on. The new store offers lots of infant and children accessories and clothing, as well as alterations and other services.
https://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_blessed-beyond-measure_formatted.jpgAnnie Lee Pierce helps her granddaughter, Bailey Ann Ray, cut the ribbon opening Pierce’s new business, Blessed Beyond Measure in the Starmount Crossing Shopping Center in Jonesville Friday. Pierce used the sewing shears of her late mother, Annie Reba Pierce, to cut the ribbon, because her mother taught her how to sew. Her father, John Robert Pierce, left, looks on. The new store offers lots of infant and children accessories and clothing, as well as alterations and other services. Wendy Byerly Wood | The Tribune

Carrie and Justin Roberts cut the ribbon opening their new store, Elk Emporium, on North Bridge Street in Elkin Friday morning. The emporium hosts a number of vendor spots, with spots still available for those interested in selling their items. Everything from soaps, to jewelry, clothes, home decor and gift items can be found in the store.
https://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_elk-emporium_formatted.jpgCarrie and Justin Roberts cut the ribbon opening their new store, Elk Emporium, on North Bridge Street in Elkin Friday morning. The emporium hosts a number of vendor spots, with spots still available for those interested in selling their items. Everything from soaps, to jewelry, clothes, home decor and gift items can be found in the store. Wendy Byerly Wood | The Tribune