New Boutique Opening in Uptown Greenville! | Beaufort County Now | Giants Fall Boutique located at 301 S. Evans St is set to open in the Uptown District April 1, 2021.

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    GREENVILLE, NC     Giants Fall Boutique located at 301 S. Evans St is set to open in the Uptown District April 1, 2021. The boutique's hours will be Tuesday through Saturday from 12pm-6pm.

    Owner Tiffany Harrell began her business journey in the Fall of 2019 in a local retailer. Harrell is no stranger to the Uptown District as she has participated as a vendor at Uptown events. She realized the need for expanded retail offerings withing the district. Giants Fall Boutique will feature an array of items from clothing, accessories, and gifts. The boutique offers personal styling as well as closet organization services. Opening in the Uptown District was the ideal location for Harrell. "I saw potential in the space and the fact that it's the first boutique on 3rd Street," said Harrell. Giants Fall Boutique's mission is to empower women by bringing a new level of boldness and encouragement to women to express their style.

    The boutique's Grand Opening will take place Thursday, April 1st from 5pm-8pm kicking off with a ribbon cutting at 4pm. The first 20 people in line will receive an exclusive gift and with every $100 spent, the customer will be entered to win a designer handbag.

    For the latest updates, visit HERE or their social media platforms below:

    Instagram: @giantsfallboutique


  • Contact: Uptown Greenville

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