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New gift shop opens on Randolph Avenue

July 31, 2010
By Wayne Sheets, Contributing Business Writer

Camden Creek Primitives-N-More quietly opened for business on July 13.

The gift shop, locate in the strip mall just south of McDonalds on Randolph Avenue is owned by Melissa Garrett and features a large selection of Bella Taylor quilted handbags, purses and wallets, primitive furniture, handmade candles, quilts, pictures, painting, barn stars, saltbox houses, Americana, tart warmers, potpourri, stone jars, end tables, pouting chairs, curtains, placemats, table runners, pottery, canister sets, rag dolls, shelves, crows, lamps and much more.

Garrett also owns a gift shop in Camden, near Weston, for which she named her new store. "I wanted to expand and feel that Elkins is the best place for my second store," Garrett said.

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NEWLY?OPENED — The newly opened gift shop Camden Creek Primitives-N-More in the strip mall south of McDonalds on Randolph Avenue contains a wide variety of handmade crafts, painting, photos, furniture, candles and many other gift ideas.

Garrett said that right now only the lower level of her business is stocked with items but she has plans to open the balcony with several different "theme" sections including but not limited to a West Virginia University section, a wildlife section and a rooster collection section. "We are still debating the different sections that we will feature and those plans are not yet complete," she said.

A grand opening may take place in September, according to Garrett, but those plans are not complete.

For more information, visit the store at 600 S. Randolph Ave., Suite 6, or call 304-636-0054.

Business hours are Tuesdays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The store is closed on Sundays and Mondays.



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