Christian County Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Gracious Me in Hopkinsville.
Sherry Calhoun is the owner of Gracious Me. “The store has been here for 12 years,” Calhoun said. “We are just now opening the Pandora Shop-in-Shop, and that is why we held a ribbon cutting here. It's almost like a complete store within our store.”
Calhoun says Gracious Me has offered other jewelry throughout the years, but this is the first time they have ventured into something quite this large.
“Pandora has a lot of requirements,” Calhoun said. “There is a process. You have to apply and be accepted to become a dealer. We have been working on this for a while.”
“We really want to say thanks to our customers,” said Calhoun. “We wouldn't be here without them. Business has been great, and our community gives us tremendous support. I just hope we will continue to grow and expand.”
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