SALT goes brick-and-mortar for the holidays

Posted on November 13, 2018 | Gabby Peyton | 0 Comments

Source: The shop, Salt Facebook page

St. John’s-based clothing brand The Shop, SALT is expanding their online shopping business to a brick-and-mortar holiday shop in Grand Falls-Windsor. Owners Emily Evans and Lauren Saunders — who both grew up in Grand Falls — decided it was the right business move for SALT. The holiday pop-up shop opens at 24 Hardy Ave. on Saturday, November 17, at 10:00 a.m.

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