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Beloved Local Business to Have HUGE Grand Re-Opening in Their Historic 1904 Property on Old Route 66
Yukon, OKLAHOMA- One Faith Boutique is set to return to their historic 425 West Main Street building in Yukon, Oklahoma this Saturday, November 14, 2020. The One Faith Boutique LLC has owned the building since 2015. Store owner, Lara Davis, said the boutique temporarily moved out last December to a location at 1509 Commerce Street, in Yukon, until a construction matter related to the remodel of their second-floor space was fully resolved. One Faith Boutique is a nationally recognized women’s retail clothing and accessory store selling many other specialty items for the entire family.
“From the time we temporarily moved to the Commerce Street location, we have remained open to limited local customer traffic. Our online sales and large social media following has continued to grow even more in that time,” said Davis.
For a local business, One Faith Boutique is extremely unique, in that, they are also highly followed on social media. Currently, One Faith Boutique’s product, their social media, and video interaction with their customers can be followed on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, Facebook, and many other social media platforms. The Boutique has nearly a half-million followers on Facebook alone (www.facebook.com/onefaithboutique). “Every single one of our online and local, in-store, customers are truly like family to us. We are not just selling a product to them, we are interacting with our customers every day trying to share positive messages and encourage them,” Davis said. “The interaction and long-term relationships we have with our customers are at the center of who we are as a business.” “We are so excited to re-open our doors again on Yukon’s Main street in this cherished building for our local family and all those who travel to come shop and visit with us,” she said.
Davis also said the Boutique will be unveiling brand new product lines and collections this Saturday, November 14th, at the grand reopening of 425 West Main Street. These items will be available for the first time for their in-store customers on opening day. “We will be unveiling new clothing lines, additional sizes, and a greater assortment of clothes and other accessories,” she said. “We have additional men’s and children’s lines, and even more for our ladies, including more jewelry, household accessories, gifts, and beauty products.”
Lara Davis is well-known as one who works tirelessly with her amazing staff to serve the community with the Boutique’s positive message and quality product. During the time away from their historic location, Davis said she and her staff have stayed true to their core values and their determination to be back in the nearly 14,000 square foot facility Davis has owned and operated out of for the last five years. “It has been quite a journey. We are so grateful to those special people who have helped us along the way during this time, but especially to our attorney, Brady Brus. He is also from Yukon, and he stood by our side and fought the good fight with us through this entire process,“ Davis said. “We have had so much support throughout this entire time away from so many.
“Our commitment was to be back in this special building from day one,” said Davis. “This building is so important to Yukon; it is a nationally recognized landmark on Route 66 that people drive to from all over the place to come and see.” Davis said, “from what we know from the records, we are the fourth owners of this amazing building that was built in 1904 by the Mulvey brothers, the Irish twins who moved here in the late 1800’s.”
The Boutique owner’s research revealed that 425 West Main, originally known as ‘Yukon’s Big Store,’ was the Mulvey Mercantile, and the Mercantile’s tile entranceway to the store still exists to this day. By some historic information, it was the largest retail store in the state of Oklahoma at one point. The building changed hands only a few times since 1904, and most older Yukon residents remember the store as the Kirkegard True Value Hardware store. “They even had what was known as ‘Teen Town’ upstairs in this building back in the day, it was a Friday night hang-out spot for teens to come and dance and play games,” said Davis. “To own this centerpiece building on old Route 66, in the U.S. National Registry of Historic Places, is truly an honor,” she said. “We are just the next in line as caretakers of this treasured property.”
“I am also super excited for everyone to see the amazing updates to the inside of the store,” Davis said. “We are continuing with the warm and inviting atmosphere our customers have come to love, and we have also made some wonderful new changes to the store while continuing with the historic integrity of the building; I know our customers will really like what we have done.” Davis said, “We are even adding some adorable little shopping carts for our customers’ convenience, and we have so much more to show everyone on Saturday.”
The official Grand Reopening day is Saturday, November 14th. Davis said the Grand Re-opening was scheduled specifically in November. “The best part of this is that it is just in time for the holidays and our great holiday sales; One Faith Boutique will absolutely be a one-stop shopping destination for all your Christmas gifts,” she said.
***for more information, please contact One Faith Boutique LLC owner, Lara Davis. Due to her schedule associated with the move and updates, Ms. Davis has requested you contact her through the media liaison for One Faith Boutique LLC at 405-623-7990. He can quickly answer questions and work with Ms. Davis to immediately set times for you to meet with or speak with her. Contact: (405) 623-7990, email: firstname.lastname@example.org