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Red Daisy Girl Ribbon Cutting in Owen

Nicole Rogers

Red Daisy Girl Ribbon Cutting in Owen

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August 17, 2020

Many well-wishers, friends and family came out for Red Daisy Girl’s Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening at 10 a.m. on Saturday, August 15, 2020. Local representatives were on hand to officially welcome the new business to downtown Owen. Clark County Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Sheila Nyberg set up the event and enthusiastically welcomed Carey as a new business in the county. Clark County Supervisor Nancy Amacher,Owen CDC Tim Swiggum and Owen-Withee Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Nicole Rogers all expressed words of welcome to Carey and Travis Hargot. Also,there for the ribbon cutting and support was Village of Withee President Everette Lindgren and newly appointed Owen-Withee Ambassador Dakota Shelton.  

I just want to thank everyone who has helped us so much! I can’t believe this is here and all that we have done. We are so excited to be a part of this community. Thank you all for coming,” was Carey’s heartfelt and teary-eyed reply to all the words of welcome.

The Renovation

Carey Hargot and husband Travis recently purchased and renovated the old NAPA building located at 130 N. Central Ave. for the home of Red Daisy Girl Designs. Carey’s rustic/country/slightly hippy design style beautifies the old building both inside and outside. The interior is decorated with rustic materials, including weathered barn board and corrugated metal. A large custom-built bar fills part of the space, where customers can order beer products and other beverages. There is plenty of space for crafting and socializing inside and when the weather is sunny, the fun can be taken outside to the gorgeous side patio. A cement pad, set up with a tiki bar, umbrella tables and lush plants,fills the space between Red Daisy Girl and The Owen Vets’ Club.

Products and Services

This innovative new downtown business has a flair for art, design and much more. Products and services for sale include custom shirts and promotional items, houseplants, Dipsy Dip Nail Dips &Wraps, Custom Jewelry by Jen, Scentsy, original artwork by Tracy Weber, Craig’s Pure Maple Syrup & BBQ, H&F Bros., LLC, Hargot Custom Restorations and beer bar and patio.

Best Wishes

Red Daisy Girl surely brightens and infuses fun and interest into downtown Owen. Stop by, enjoy a beverage, order custom designed products, take part in a craft project, find inspiration in artwork or plant life, this little shop packs a big punch. Good luck and best wishes to Carey and Travis and Red Daisy Girl.

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Nicole Rogers

Nicole Rogers, lives in Owen, WI, and is co-publisher and owner of the Sentinel and Rural News with her husband Travis Rogers, Jr.

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