Nation Valley News
WINCHESTER — Samantha Chadwick, co-owner and operator of Samantha’s Emporium recently relocated her 507 St. Lawrence Street business to 504 Main Street. With all of the excitement and hours spent on moving her items to the new store Chadwick nearly forgot about the 1st anniversary of her business.
She is very happy about her decision to move.
“The layout is much better suited for my business. It gives me more access to Main St.” said Chadwick.
“I’m glad I can accomodate everyone including customers with accessibility needs,” Chadwick added.
In addition to the new location, Samantha’s Emporium is now offering new stock, custom HD photo prints on aluminum and embroidery options.
Her new 16-thread embroidery machine arrived just last week and she begins the training process today. Chadwick hopes to offer this service as soon as possible.
She explained that her products are all Canadian-made and are available through a company in Mississauga. She understands the importance of supporting local companies and that many of her customers want to support local Canadian businesses as well.
She hopes to debut the clothing line in her store within the next few weeks.
Samantha’s Emporium can also make custom high-definition photographs on weather-proof and scratch-proof aluminum cutouts.
Also check out new personalized items like golf balls and puzzles.
Her line of personalized products will continue to grow.
Despite the many recent changes Samantha’s Emporium still has its crowd favourites available. Favourites like the famous “Recycle Room”.
A special area in the back of the store where Chadwick sells one-of-a-kind furniture pieces and home decor.
Chadwick acknowledged the communities’ support for the company’s success.
“We appreciate the support we have had from the town and surrounding areas!” she commented.