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February 20, 2019 1 min read

We can barely believe it ourselves.  We are less than two month away from moving into our forever home!  With plenty of work to still be done, we are optimistically shooting to be open in the new location April 12th.  We will be closing the current College Drive shop on April 7th, packing and moving with ferocious excitement in order to open up again in just 5 days.

Remodeling the old Pizza Hut building has been a new kind of adventure for our team. It’s beginning to take on a new energy, a life of it’s own and starting to resemble exactly what we have always imagined it could be.  Thank you to Agave (the contractors on the project) for helping us see the building potential and for working with us each step of the way.  You are true professionals and understand your clients needs.

We hope you’ll join us the first weekend of April to check out the new digs!

Chase LaCroix
Chase LaCroix



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