Wednesday, 31 October 2012 by Ashley Corn
Located across the street from Schoepf's Barbecue is Belton Thrift & More Boutique. The store recently opened on October 1, and fits in perfectly with the homey, country atmosphere of downtown Belton.
Owners Barbara Bremer and Sherlyn Ware spend a lot of time browsing estate sales for the perfect items to display for sale in the shop. If any of the items need some touching up, they refurbish it and re-sell it for a very reasonable price.
"We know that people are struggling with the economy these days," Owner Barbara Bremer said. "so we try not to make our prices too sky high."
Belton Thrift & More Boutique sells a large variety of items such as jewelry, fancy home décor; painted or natural wood, woman and children's clothing, handmade bows, and much more. You can bring in an item you would like to sell and have Barbara or Sherlyn take a look at it. If it's in good shape, fits with the other goods in the store, and is to the owners liking, a payment agreement can be worked out.
They also offer an Estate Sale Service. If a loved one of yours has passed away and you would like to do an estate sale rather than just a yard sale but don't have the time, then Barbara and Sherlyn are the women to contact. "We do all of the work. Advertisement, setting up, the pricing, you name it. The home owner doesn't have to do anything at all."
Barbara, being a breast cancer survivor, will be helping YouPhoria Day Spa during Breast Cancer Awareness by doing a raffle for items from Belton Thrift & More Boutique.
If you would like more information please call Barbara Bremer at (254) 721-5722 or by visiting the shop at 603-B E. Central in downtown Belton.