Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Uptown Westerville is a Place for Good Advice

Debbie Bennati, owner of WUMA member A Gal Named Cinda Lou, 24 E. College off Haywood Alley, starts the business day by adding a thought of the day to a chalkboard that sits outside the store.

The morning Westerville started getting hit by recent record snowfall, the 'Cinda Lou' chalkboard coincidentally observed: "Soon life will become more interesting."

'Cinda Lou' is an absolute find -- featuring an imaginative collection of vintage handbags, jewelry, t-shirts (Choonimals and Wowch), gift items, candles, art, accents, and furnishings. 'Cinda Lou' also features CDs and t-shirts from Debbie's son, Adam's band, Early Man. A Gal Named Cinda Lou has recently been featured in Columbus Alive! and The Columbus Dispatch's Shop Talk column.

Visit Debbie and daughter Juli at A Gal Named Cinda Lou often (click here for hours) -- you never know what new merchandise you might find or what tidbit of wisdom will be on the chalkboard today!

Photos courtesy of Brickstreet Communications. ©2008 Brickstreet Communications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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