All A’s Beauty Supply Opens on Boston Street

January 15, 2013
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A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for All A’s Beauty Supply and Convenience,284 Boston St., Thursday. Chamber of Commerce CEO Leslie Gould and Jamie Cerulli and Mary Chalmers Fountain joined owner Omo Idusuyi and family and Chamber members for the ceremony marking the grand opening of the new store.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for All A’s Beauty Supply and Convenience, 284 Boston St., Thursday. Chamber of Commerce CEO Leslie Gould and Jamie Cerulli and Mary Chalmers Fountain joined owner Omo Idusuyi and family and Chamber members for the ceremony marking the grand opening of the new store.

As times have changed, so have the needs and wants of many of my customers and I have learned to adapt as such. A store built primarily  on beauty needs has developed into a shop with a wide variety of items including shoes, African clothes, and today’s latest fashions. Through God , hard work, support and determination, the store has grown to encompass both men and women’s beauty needs. As years have passed All A’s has also adapted to fulfill the needs of many of the community’s everyday essentials from body soap and shampoos to cell phone service. It has developed into a cultural stepping stone for the community where customers can come and  shop for many social  needs, such as traditional head ties, lace, beads and many other cultural items. I myself as the owner, have established relationships with many people in the surrounding location and often customers come in just to talk and have a listening ear.  All A’s Beauty Supply and Convenience has come a long way since the premier opening and we can only hope and pray that it will go even further. By God’s grace we look forward to the advancement the shop has in the future, and its potential in successfully serving as one of the pillars of the community.

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