Update: Rewind has changed it’s name to SalvEdge Boutique.
Today is day 3 in my series designed to raise awareness for local, small businesses that have been impacted by the recent flooding in our city. Many business owners suffered damage to their premises, loss of inventory, or loss of revenue due to the evacuations and power outages. Any or all of these issues can have a serious impact on a small business. Today I’m focusing on Rewind Consignment Clothing, new and quality consigned clothing & accessories for women. I had the pleasure of photographing Krista and her shop for the Crave campaign so it’s a pleasure to highlight her unique offerings today. She answered a few questions about the flooding:
T: Tell us how your business was affected by the flooding?
*K: We were affected by the flooding through business closure for 10 days, a flooded basement and some water seaping in at the front of the store. We’ve lost quite a lot but it could have been a lot worse so we’re thankful for that. The store itself and merchandise are all fine!*
T: When did your shop re-open?
*K: We re-opened for partial business on July 2 & should be fully operational with power July 3!*
T: What’s the #1 thing you want your customers to know?
*K: We want our customers to know we are gung ho for business as usual, we miss our lovely customers & hope for their continued support. Everything in the store is 20% off & we have some great pieces for Stampede & Summer!*
Because Stampede starts today, I focused on some of the Stampede-inspired attire but Rewind carries a wide variety of fashions.