New Store Alert: Becket Hitch Baltimore Opening in Green Spring Station

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A new store is opening tomorrow in Green Spring Station!  On Friday, April 25th, owner Kohli Flick will open the doors of her dream shop, Becket Hitch.  Make sure to drop by to check out the beautiful selection of home wares and gifts that will impress, and to wish Kohli a successful launch.  Shop opens at 10am, just in time for Fresh Flower Fridays!Screen Shot 2014-04-21 at 4.03.45 PM

Becket Hitch was founded in 2010 as a pop-up makers’ market and now has expanded into a store of its own. Becket Hitch offers a collection of stylish home goods, accessories and gifts that will excite and inspire. The staff works closely with  customers to create a unique expression of themselves in their homes and through their gift giving. Each item has been chosen to enhance a room, inspire a moment, and provide quality goods for everyday living.
Owner Kohli Flick has had a shop of her own on her mind since she was 17.  Having spent that summer working in Telluride, Colorado, at a home furnishings and gift store, she dreamed of owning her own business. Becket Hitch is that realization.BH Interior

Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, Kohli moved to Baltimore in 2000 to attend the Maryland Institute College of Art where she studied environmental design. Since graduation, Kohli has been a merchandiser for both national and local retailers. these experiences have guided Kohli on her path toward opening becket hitch.

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Becket Hitch is located at Green Spring Station in Lutherville, Maryland

2360 w. joppa rd no. 110        lutherville, md 21093

ring  410 / 296 / 4818

monday – friday 10am to 6pm     saturday 10am to 5pm

Chris Frederick

Chris Frederick

Account Manager at Baltimore Fishbowl
Chris is the Account Manager for Baltimore Fishbowl.With 30+ years of experience in media, a background in journalism and a career in advertising and marketing, Chris has spent the past 5+ years dedicated to Baltimore Fishbowl, helping local businesses reach Baltimore Fishbowl viewers, with a little writing sprinkled in here and there.
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