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“Woodstock Welcomes You!” is a weekly article from 11Alive.com about a local business getting involved in the community. This week, we’re interviewing Tammy Willis, owner of Buttercup’s Closet (http://buttercupscloset.com/)  located near the Bridge Mill Community. Buttercup’s Closet is a children’s boutique with new and re-sale children’s and maternity clothing.

Tammy, a home spun Georgia girl from Calhoun, obviously has a knack for this business.

 “I saw a need for an outlet that provided quality children’s clothing in our area, especially since The Funky Monkey closed.” Tammy told us. Buttercup’s Closet isn’t a large chain, just a simple little business trying to fit into the community.”

She went on to say, “I also wanted to provide a way to lessen our carbon footprint, so we created a unique way to recycle clothing. We accept new and gently used clothing and if they don’t sell in a certain time period, we donate them to charity.”

 “We also created a time saving feature called “Drop ‘N Go”, where you can download our “Drop ‘N Go Form” from our website, fill it out, and leave it with your dropped off clothing so we can give you an idea of what they’re worth. With times like they are, every little timesaver helps.” Tammy said.

Taking a tour through Buttercup’s Closet was nice little experience, plenty of room, cordial surroundings and pleasant atmosphere.

Buttercup’s Closet is located across from Freedom Middle School at 10511 Bells Ferry Road. For more information, you can call Tammy directly at 770-704-0205 or visit their website, http://www.buttercupscloset.com/.

“Woodstock Welcomes You!” is a weekly article on 11Alive.com. If you know of a local business with unique character or innovative way of giving back to the community, please contact  J.Alexander at jim@rightconnections.net

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