N E W S R E L E A S E
Nov. 25, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Russell Seymour, Director, Economic Development
Bodacious Lady Boutique celebrates ribbon cutting and grand opening
|Bodacious Lady Boutique celebrated its opening with a ribbon cutting on Nov. 22. Donna Mellis is pictured holding the scissors and her daughter Jennifer is to her right.|
James City County is pleased to announce that Bodacious Lady Boutique celebrated its ribbon cutting on Friday, Nov. 22. Bodacious Lady Boutique is located at 4498 John Tyler Hwy. in the Five Forks Shopping Center. The ribbon cutting took place at 3 p.m.
Bodacious Lady Boutique was founded in 2013 by Donna Mellis and is a new business to James City County. Mellis receives help with the business from her family including her husband, Jerry, and her children, Adam and Jennifer. Bodacious Lady Boutique aims to help flatter full figures and provide a pleasant, relaxing shopping experience. The Boutique carries sizes 14 through 26 and additional plus sizes as they are available. In addition to clothing, Bodacious Lady Boutique carries accessories including jewelry, purses and scarves.
Bodacious Lady Boutique is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. and also by appointment.
Berkeley District Supervisor, Mary Jones and Powhatan Supervisor Michael Hipple along with Delegate Brenda Pogge, Delegate Mike Watson and Carleen Peterson, President of the Williamsburg Business Alliance attended the event.
For more information about Bodacious Lady Boutique, please visit bodaciousladyboutique.com.