Hopefully, you a chance to make it out to the ribbon cutting for the brand new Hamilton-Lauraville Main Street’s Business Incubator. This initiative was established in conjunction with the Hamilton-Lauraville Main Street Association, and local merchants. All hands were on deck to welcome the first business to occupy the Incubator, ReNew Botanicals.
ReNew’s owner, Shelley Birnbaum was helped in cutting the ribbon by Richard Marsiglia, owner of Hamilton Vacuum and The Green Onion Market.
Master Esthetician Shelley Birnbaum relocated from Hampden to the Hamilton-Lauraville Main Street corridor. In addition to her Skin Care Studio Shelley has added aWellness Boutique, offering a wide range of organic and natural toxic-free personal care products.
If you haven’t had a facial and skin analysis by Shelley, don’t wait another minute. Her years of experience help to diagnose most any skin issues, and she personally prescribes and develops a product that’s specific to the client’s needs.
Local merchants, including Clementine, Green Onion, Hamilton Bakery, Los Amigo’s, Maggie’s Farm, Tooloulou’s Artisan Pizza, Zeke’s Coffee were there to represent the community and give ReNew a welcoming kick off.
Stop by the shop, or call to make an appointment with Shelly.
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