Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Three days until opening and we have a new article on Jojo's in the local paper!
I guess the locals are starting to notice me and the shop. Of course it has nothing to do with the pink hair! LOL I'm getting both excited and nervous about this upcoming weekend's Grand Opening. There are a million details to tend to and every night you just pray that people show up. I haven't had much time to tend to my online store and my inventory has changed over so much lately! I did do a shoot last weekend though and plan to bring the public some lovely new vintage clothing images this week. Hoping to see you all at the new shop, online or at least in my dreams!
Lakeshore Weekly News Article on Jojo's
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Join us for the Grand Opening opening weekend of Jojo's Retro and Vintage clothing and accessories studio at 1002 Main Street, Suite 207 in downtown Hopkins, MN.
Jojo's is a vintage hideaway selling quality authentic vintage in downtown Hopkins and is open for monthly occasional sales the third weekend of every month and private shopping shopping/events by appointment. Climb the funky 60s stairwell to our second floor studio and find fab clothes, hats and jewelry from the 40s to the 80s! Follow us on facebook for updates on our monthly sales events.
Grand Opening Weekend:
Friday, May 18 --- 10 am - 6 pm
Saturday, May 19 ---10 am - 6 pm
Sunday, May 20 --- 11am - 5 pm
Additionally, on Saturday from 1-3pm, makeup artist Melissa Taylor, owner of Minneapolis' Beauty Lounge, will offer quick demos on the perfect retro pinup lip and cateye. Light refreshments will be provided. Also, a drawing for a $25 gift certificate for the store will be held over the weekend. Combine your visit to Jojo's with Hopkin's Mainstreet Days - 70 participating Art and Craft Vendors, several food vendors, kids' activities and more.
Downtown Hopkins has plenty of free parking on street and behind Jojo's building in the free public ramp on 10th. There are seven antique shops within two blocks of Jojo's, several bars, eateries and Retro Wanderlust, a mid-century furniture and decor shop.
Posted by Jojo's Retro and Vintage at 6:38 PM