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  • Local stores looking forward to Small Business Saturday

    Casey and Sloane Simmons, owners of Stuff, an art and gift store in Brookside, are excited about this coming Small Business Saturday as the store will have an artist handcrafting and personalizing products for customers. By Friday noon, Stuff has seen quite a number of customers. "People are craving connection and authenticity, and there's no better place to find that but in small business, " said Casey Simmons.

Casey and Sloane Simmons, owners of Stuff, an art and gift store in Brookside, are excited about this coming Small Business Saturday as the store will have an artist handcrafting and personalizing products for customers. By Friday noon, Stuff has seen quite a number of customers. "People are craving connection and authenticity, and there's no better place to find that but in small business, " said Casey Simmons. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star
Casey and Sloane Simmons, owners of Stuff, an art and gift store in Brookside, are excited about this coming Small Business Saturday as the store will have an artist handcrafting and personalizing products for customers. By Friday noon, Stuff has seen quite a number of customers. "People are craving connection and authenticity, and there's no better place to find that but in small business, " said Casey Simmons. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star

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