Ray Rosen of Independence (left) purchases an item with his wife, Kathy, for their newly renovated beached-theme bathroom from the owners of Barefoot Beach Bums, Mark and Lynn Gould, and their daughter, Makenzie, at the store at 5 Main St. in Parkville. The store offfers a wide variety beach-themed decor and clothing.
Ray Rosen of Independence (left) purchases an item with his wife, Kathy, for their newly renovated beached-theme bathroom from the owners of Barefoot Beach Bums, Mark and Lynn Gould, and their daughter, Makenzie, at the store at 5 Main St. in Parkville. The store offfers a wide variety beach-themed decor and clothing.
Ray Rosen of Independence (left) purchases an item with his wife, Kathy, for their newly renovated beached-theme bathroom from the owners of Barefoot Beach Bums, Mark and Lynn Gould, and their daughter, Makenzie, at the store at 5 Main St. in Parkville. The store offfers a wide variety beach-themed decor and clothing.

Barefoot Beach Bums opens store in Parkville

October 30, 2014 9:46 PM

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