Specialty Retail Report for December
December 2, 2011,
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Hockessin, Del. - Just as its name implies, there is product a plenty at longtime upscale home furnishings and gift store Everything But the Kitchen Sink.
The family-owned store, which celebrated its 35th anniversary five months ago,began as a gift shop selling "little fun things" within a 400-square-foot space. Today, it occupies more than 15,000 square feet at the same address stocked with "just about everything but the kitchen sink," Suzanne Edgar,manager, told HTT.
"Because of the store's name, we could include anything we wanted," continued Edgar, who works for owner Missy Lickle.
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