Dollar General store coming soon to Tryon

Published 4:01 pm Monday, May 24, 2010

Dollar General has announced that a Dollar General Store will be coming soon to Tryon.
The store will be located beside the historical log cabin at 334 S. Trade St. The Dollar General store will not be in front of the log cabin. The cabin most recently has housed the Plenty of Fish restaurant.
The new Dollar General store, which will offer everything from clothing to toys, is expected to open by Labor Day weekend provided the weather is good. To clear up any misunderstanding about the Log Cabin building, it is still for sale and Dollar General will be building a new parking lot in front of the log cabin building.
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In an expansion of the work of Bravo Interior Design Marketplace, Dan L. Ferebee announces his collaboration with Erin and Cory Thompson of Thompson Landscaping in Tryon, to offer Outdoor Living by Bravo. This service extends design work to outdoor living spaces. Furnishings featured are by some of Americas premier purveyors and displayed in a studio at the new Thompson Landscaping building at 83 Palmer Street in downtown Tryon.
Opening day was set for May 21, just in time for Art in Bloom.
Dan commented, “This new venture is a creative blending of the respected talents of the Thompsons in landscape design with Bravos access to fine outdoor furnishings. It is a wonderful opportunity to serve the community in anew and exciting way. Collaboration always brings out the best in design work and Cory and Erin are some of the best folks with whom I have ever worked.”
Ferebees training includes studies at the Parsons School of Design in New York City and, through Florida State University, training in French Architecture and Design In Paris. He is certified as a professional member of American Society of Interior Design [ASID] for over two decades.
Dans work has been featured in “N,” the magazine of Naples (FL), Ambience Magazine and Carolina Home and Garden. Bravo has been serving the Upstate of South Carolina and Western North Carolina for a decade, after relocating from Naples.
The studio of Bravo at 285 North Trade Street is a showcase of some of the finest furniture manufacturers in the country with a good representation of imported furnishings, with a special emphasis on the work of local craftsmen and artists.
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Elaina Prevett,LMBT(NC Lic.#8557), of Stepping Stone Massage & Yoga, has recently received advanced training in massage techniques for the relief of Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction(TMJD).

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