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Kris’s Vintage Clothing

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A passion turns into a business, is what I found when speaking with Kristen Willis of Kris’s Vintage Clothing.

Kris’s Vintage Clothing was dreamed up; after I realized that my love for old things could be expanded from just antique furniture to clothing and accessories. The story really began with the love of a vintage hat, I found at a flea market. The hat was worn on numerous occasions and after a few years I had a small collection of vintage hats or replica vintage hats. I realized that I could turn my love of vintage items into a business and share my love of vintage clothing and accessories with others. After pursuing a Bachelors degree in business and I finally have turned my dream into a reality, my shop is currently on Facebook only with the plans for an actual website to be in the works soon.

Kris’s Vintage Clothing Store is an up and coming online shop with beautiful affordable vintage apparel and accessories.

I have a good mix of items currently: Clothing, Jewelry, Patterns, Shoes and Miscellaneous Accessories.

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This is very exciting news, as this type of business motivation is a trade mark in our area. We wish Kristen Willis all the best of luck in her adventure and we are sure others will  discover the passion that she has is something they also possess. Be sure to find her on Facebook.

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Larry Bertolino

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Larry Bertolino is a 31 year old, U.S Navy Veteran and currently sitting on the board of Directors for the Harrison County Chamber of Commerce, as well as Harrison County Rural Transit.
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