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Take a look at the entrepreneurs across the country who have opened a brick and mortar store through The American Dream Project. Learn more about their businesses and see how they brought their storefronts to life. 

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THE TINY CLOSET BOUTIQUE

Auburn Mall

November 18th - January 7th

Started by Auburn University graduate Taylor Jones in 2017, The Tiny Closet Boutique is a trendy online and mobile women’s boutique operated in Auburn, Alabama.  

 

Since launching her business, Taylor has cultivated a large online following and expanded with two mobile boutiques traveling to various events. 

 

This is her first brick and mortar location popping open to offer stylish clothing, jewelry, accessories, shoes and more!

ALICE CIRCLE

Auburn Mall

November 18th - January 7th

 

Started in Rainsville, Alabama by Alice Pettyjohn in 2012, Alice Circle is a one-of-a-kind gift shop offering unique gifts, decor, personalized items, art classes and more.

 

An Auburn University graduate, Alice was always on the lookout for the opportunity for a second location in the town of her alma mater. 

This is her second storefront popping open to offer not only a full display of gifts but also classes and parties that encourage individual creativity.

 

CONCORD'S BEST DRESSED KIDS

Carolina Mall

November 18th - January 7th

Owners Leanne & Rob Stevenson began their e-commerce business Best Baby Shower, Inc. in 2001 and in 2018 opened Concord's Best Dressed Kids, their first brick and mortar store in downtown Concord, North Carolina.

 

When a national children's store closed its portfolio of stores, The Stevensons saw an opportunity for a second pop-up location that would fill the void for customers during the holiday season. Their shop offers children's clothing, accessories and gifts from brands like Burt's Bees, Rare Editions, Mud Pie, and more.

LOVELY LINES BOUTIQUE

Carolina Mall

November 18th - January 7th

Owners Erica Earnhardt-Wilson and Jessica Eudy started Lovely Lines Boutique after discussing that local boutiques never seemed to carry the right sizes.

 

In 2017, they opened their first storefront in Kannapolis, North Carolina focusing on apparel flattering to curvy women and offering a variety of accessories, handbags, and jewelry.

Always looking for opportunities, they jumped at the chance to pop open a second store in a prominent retail location three times the size of their original storefront.