Grand Opening — Hometown Girl Boutique

by Jeff Richmond

Hometown Girl Boutique has moved from Tracy City to Monteagle. Owners owner Donna Lockhart Harris and her husband, Freddie Harris celebrated their grand opening Saturday, February 6 at their new location at 847 West Main Street. 

The event was supported by the South Cumberland Chamber of Commerce with a “Grand Opening” ceremony including a ribbon cutting.  

Donna describes the store as “somewhat cozy, a little chic, and a whole lot of style with a mixture of country flare and big city fashions at hometown prices.”  

Hometown Girl Boutique is already stocked with a good selection of top-brand ladies’ casual wear, jewelry, home décor, and gifts. Donna explained that they will be receiving shipments of new items weekly.  

Owner Donna Harris and staff Paige Meeks and Kristen Stiefel
Ribbon Cutting at Hometown Girl Boutique: Holding the Ribbon: Left Monteagle Mayor Marilyn Campbell, Donna Harris, and Freddie Harris.

Attending the Grand Opening with Donna and Freddie were Monteagle Mayor Marilyn Campbell Rodman, members of the store’s staff, Paige Meeks and Kristen Stiefel, along with members of the South Cumberland Chamber of Commerce; John Payne, Spike Hosch, and Jeff Richmond and other guests.

The store is located in Monteagle across Rt 41A from Jim Oliver’s Smokehouse Restaurant.

Hometown Girl Boutique can also be found online at www.hometowngirlco.com.

For the South Cumberland Chamber of Commerce

Mayor Marilyn Campbell and Donna Harris in the new Hometown Girl Boutique
Mayor Marilyn Campbell, Donna Harris, Freddie Harris, and John Payne (South Cumberland Chamber of Commerce)

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