Would you like to shop locally, but find yourself too busy to get out and about during the hours businesses are open?
Owners Desiree and Bud Baggett are proud to introduce a new website for A Wild Hair: www.awildhairboutique.com.
Upon visiting the site, a chat assistant working in the store opens to help customers navigate the site. Browse new arrivals, clothing for men and women, accessories, gifts, shoes and Pelican tumblers. Local customers can order items and have them shipped to their home or to the store for pickup, a great way to keep spending local — at the customer’s convenience.
About four years ago, A Wild Hair opened at 2888 Jefferson Street and the small business has grown tremendously since then. Two years ago, it expanded to include Crosshairs.
It’s a one-stop shop for men and women. The front of the store features home décor, jewelry, fashion, gift items, back-to-school backpacks, unique pool and beach supplies, and a special section dedicated to Marianna merchandise. Products in the boutique include Charles River rain jackets, Judy Blue jeans, Jadelyn Brooke Erimish bracelets, and Game Day attire and jewelry.
The rear of the store houses Crosshairs, which sells concealed and tactical weapons, such as guns, knives, bullets, flashlights and accessories. Select from Henry rifles and other name brand supplies. If you don’t see what you are looking for, Crosshairs can order it. Plus they are willing to match the lowest local price. When in season, locally grown corn from Baggett Farms is available.
Central to the store is the Paul Mitchell-focused salon and spa area, where customers can relax while they enjoy hair, makeup, manicures, pedicures and facial makeovers. Hair and eye lash extensions are available.
Shop locally, support Marianna businesses and visit A Wild Hair and Crosshairs, 12-5 p.m. Monday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Friday; 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday; and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday; or visit A Wild Hair online at www.awildhairboutique.com. To learn more, call 850-482-6855.
Visit the City of Marianna’s website, www.mariannafl.city/335/New-Businesses-and-Other-Community-News, to learn more about business news in Marianna.
Kay Dennis, MBA, MPA, A.I.C.P., is the director of Municipal Development for the City of Marianna.