Thursday, February 1, 2018

Two new women-owned shops are coming to downtown Wyandotte

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Downtown Wyandotte will soon be home to two new retail establishments, both of which specialize in vintage goods.

Mama Coo's, a shop with an already-established location in Corktown, announced earlier this week that a sister location is in the works for the southern suburb. Mama Coo's, owned and operated by Alana Rodriguez, is known for selling vintage clothing, jewelry, and other accessories. Via an Instagram post, Rodriguez announced the new location has a planned March opening.




While the exact location of the shop has not been revealed, the store will focus on selling jewelry and accessories.


The Vintage Market, a brand managed by Rina Belanger and Angie Guzzardo, will also open a shop in Wyandotte this spring. The business partners also announced the development via Instagram, where they shared that the location will open in April.


The store will offer "a taste of our markets" by selling furniture, decor, clothing, jewelry, and gift items.


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