03-29-12 Main Street McDonough Program Hosts a Ribbon Cutting for Truly Yours
Main Street McDonough Program
Hosts a Ribbon Cutting for Truly Yours
The Main Street McDonough Program held a ribbon cutting on March 29th for a business that recently opened on the Square. The new shop, Truly Yours, is located at 18 Macon Street next to Bliss.
Friends, family, employees of Bliss and Truly Yours, Mayor Billy Copeland, Councilman Wayne Smith, and Main Street Director Linda Schenk gathered to celebrate the official grand opening of this new shop in downtown McDonough.
Truly Yours offers on-site monograming and custom wall art, a gift boutique, and so much more. Owner, Courtney Esposito McGuire, invites everyone to stop by and get acquainted with her and Truly Yours.
The shop, full of gifts and goodies, is open Monday-Saturday, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. for the convenience of shoppers. For more information, call Truly Yours at 770-898-3737.
Pictured at the Main Street McDonough ribbon cutting ceremony for Truly Yours are:
(Front Row, L-R) Kim Scott; owner’s mother Mary Esposito; owner Courtney Esposito McGuire;
Mayor Billy Copeland; owner’s father Greg Esposito; and Main Street Director Linda Schenk;
(Back Row, L-R) LeeAnn Jenkins; Starla Ross; Bliss owner Shelly DeLisle; Stephanie Schliemann;
and Councilman Wayne Smith; and comprising a 3rd row of one is Courtney’s husband Rikki McGuire.