East Main Boutique gets new leadership | News | The Press and Standard
by The Press and Standard | August 26, 2016 4:41 pm
Heather Berry Larson has taken over ownership of East Main Boutique. The business held a grand re-opening Thursday.
“EMB offers something for everyone, including beautiful curves with our latest trendy fashions,” Larson said. “Let us help you look your best at an affordable price. We provide everything from head to toe — dresses, shoes, purses and jewelry. And EMB offers premier customer service so that you can enjoy your shopping experience.”
Born and raised in Walterboro, Larson is married to Laurin Lawson. They have two daughters, Lilly Larson and Lauren Sharp, a son-in-law Jake Sharp and grandson, Grayson Sharp. She’s worked in the environmental industry for 25 years, providing customer service and sales for major corporations.
The business will host a variety of special events throughout the year including “Thirsty Thursdays,” luncheons, game day, date nights and fashion shows.
“A special thank you to my family and close friends for all their love and support: Layce Todd and Elizabeth Ewing and my sisters Michelle Spires and Noelle Gerry for always being my rock,” Larson said. “My life has been built around my family. This venture provides me to opportunity to spend more time with them, as well s giving back to the community that I am proud to call home.”