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Dayton Vintage clothing and accessories celebrates grand opening in Main Street District

The Dayton Vintage a men’s and women’s vintage clothing and accessories stores celebrated its grand opening with an open house ribbon cutting ceremony officiated by Mayor Virgil Boruske.

The new retail is located at 505 Sixth Avenue, in the Dayton Main Street District.

The shop is open Monday – Saturday from 11 AM to 5 PM.

Dayton Vintage is run by Elizabeth Finch, who has 30 years of experience in selling vintage fashions, describes Dayton Vintage as, “A  shop focus on a variety of vintage clothing and accessories for women and men from wool, cashmere, and furs to shoes, boots, and purses. The shop has practical clothing for everyday wear, and also hard to find vintage items for people looking for the unique.”

“Working with Elisabeth has been great, and we look forward to having her as part of our vibrant and growing business community,” said Robert Yoder, Dayton Main Street Manager.

Dayton Vintage has been award rental abatement and a uniform signage grant from the City of Dayton’s Commercial Community Advantage Program. For more information on the City of Dayton small business incentive programs contact Robert Yoder at 859-491-1600, or visit the website.

From City of Dayton

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