Saturday, November 17, 2012
This is "Boot Sale Weekend" at Heels, and the staff offers a Thanksgiving celebration for which customers save 25 percent to 40 percent. Check out the store on Small Business Day Nov. 24.
Launched by Rosemary Barry in Wildwood Town Center on March 28, 2008, Heels Boutique evolved from a shoes boutique to what's now fondly referred to as a “department store boutique." "We opened our doors during the height of the recession," said Barry. "What a scary time it was to open a business! We rethought our product mix and price point, and charged ahead." Barry said they now sell a little bit of everything, all at very affordable prices. "We strive to fill our store with unique products—we don’t want our customers to see themselves coming and going in Wildwood! You can stop into Heels, grab a great pair of jeans, a cute top, of course a wonderful pair of shoes, or a gift and head out the door ready for the evening—all in one stop!" …
Thursday, March 8, 2012
WATCH 1-MINUTE VIDEO: Most Eureka and Wildwood business owners have a free web page on this Patch site. Check out your business listing and "claim it" to customize the page and add your own product offering, services, photos and videos!
At Eureka-Wildwood Patch, we're proud to acknowledge our neighbors in the business community. That's why we're giving a big shout-out to three businesses that claimed their listings on here Patch recently. Our newest claimed listings are from: All new business claims from now until April 8 also will help local charities. See contest just announced: Support Eureka-Wildwood Charities, Businesses in 'Click to Claim' Contest Claiming your listing on Patch shows readers you're watching the reviews posted about them, and that you're ready to update the listing information with more information of your own. By claiming a listing, you can: Claiming your listing is free. Here's how to do it: 1. Visit Eureka-Wildwood.Patch.com. If you're already a …
Sunday, January 1, 2012
Give gifts with a big impact, not a big footprint during this new year.
Wrapping paper, packaging, bows, decorations — Americans throw away 25 percent more material from Thanksgiving Day to New Year's than at any other time of year. To put a little more "green" into gifts for 2012, here are some suggestions from the St. Louis County Department of Health: Note: Eureka-Wildwood Patch editor Julie Brown Patton contributed to this article.