The Girls Day Out shopping event was held on November 14 from 12-6 p.m. The event was hosted by Sarah Mudd and held in the banquet room of Maddie’s on Main. Mudd shared, “I feel like we had a good turnout considering COVID-19. There was a steady flow of customers from beginning to end.”
The event saw 18 vendors for shoppers to browse through booths, kicking off the Christmas shopping season. The youngest booth holder was Ryilee James displaying her earrings and necklaces she had made to help make others happy. Ryilee shares her pure heart and love for people through her crafting ability to create beautiful jewelry.
Booths included products from Katy & Co Boutique, Ziya Athletic Wear, Colorstreet Nails, KP Kreations, Essential Oils, Scentsy, Initials, Beautiful Dreamer, Dip Sticks, Poppin on Main, Pampered Chef, Trendy Soul, Stamped with Love, Tupperware and Oak Ridge Woodworking and Engraving. Mudd explained, “I hope we can continue to do this event every year.”