CLOVIS (KSMX)- After much consideration, Consigning Women Boutique officials announced the closure and relocation of the Clovis boutique which has been in downtown Clovis for the past 15 years.
Per the press release, Since 2005, the communities of Clovis, Portales, and surrounding areas such as Grady, Logan, Pleasant Hill, Texico, Farwell and more have supported the Boutique ministry’s mission of clothing and feeding hungry hearts as well as assisting individuals with rehabilitation and getting back into the workforce. While this decision has not been an easy one, like many other locally owned businesses around the country at this time, they are unable to continue serving the community in this location.
However, the store’s officials have also announced the integration of the boutique and the much larger store, Consigning Women and Men, which sits directly in the square of Portales. The Boutique will continue to conduct business as usual until Aug. 27, which will be the final day of sales the Clovis location.
“We would like to thank all of our incredible customers, consignors, and supporters of Consigning Women Boutique for their years of patronage and generosity. We are humbled with the opportunity to continue our ministry’s mission despite factors beyond our control and will continue to give our customers and supporters the option of shopping new and gently used brand-name and boutique worthy items at an affordable price for an incredible cause.”