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My Sister’s Attic is Bursting at the Seams
In order to meet the demands of being Arizona’s largest recycled consignment furniture shop, the Chandler location of My Sister’s Attic will expand its square footage.
My Sister’s Attic in Chandler will increase from 6,300 to over 9,000 square feet making this southeast Valley location still the Valley’s largest Attic location.
To celebrate this momentous occasion — A Grand Re-Opening Celebration is planned for Saturday, May 31st at 9:00 a.m. at the Chandler My Sister’s Attic located at 4955 S. Alma School Rd. Chandler, AZ 85248. The first 50 people in line will receive a free Swag Bag with goodies from nearby merchants.
“This is great news for the consignment industry and for people who love to find those rare one-of-a-kind pieces at our stores,” said CEO Ann Siner of Eco-Chic Consignments. “Not only will shoppers enjoy the extra space and added amenities but now we will be able to display even more wall art, china, crystal, furniture, lighting, rugs, silver and patio accessories.”
This summer the My Sister’s Attic at Pinnacle Peak in Scottsdale will also increase from 3,100 to 5,100 square feet giving shoppers more selection, room to browse and even more space to consign their own piece. The Pinnacle Peak store is scheduled to be finished by mid-to-late summer.
In June of 2012 Siner, along with sisters Jenny Siner and Tess Loo, opened their latest Attic at 44th Street and Indian School in Phoenix. At that time many called it the sisters’ most beautiful, innovative and contemporary designer consignment shop yet.
Siner said she hopes the Pinnacle Peak and Chandler locations can top it. “If the saying is true – size really does matter, than we can’t wait to see which Attic location becomes the new favorite,” said Siner.
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