Business Spotlight: Bradly’s Holiday Shop

santaThere’s no place like home for the holidays, especially when you deck your halls with decor from Bradly’s Holiday Shop. Located at 106 Grand River Ave., this seasonal locale houses all of the holiday glamour that we have come to know and love from its parent store – Bradly’s Home and Garden located across the street.

Not known to scrimp on delicate ornaments, festive trees and pillows sporting merry sentiments, Bradly’s original location was beginning to feel a bit like you do after Thanksgiving dinner … stuffed. General Manager Troy Arient said, “We just didn’t have enough room for everything!”

The temporary storefront allows shoppers to embrace the season’s adornments while offering a more open, comfortable experience. Among
the bounty are elegant Santas, handmade wooden elves and reindeer for your mantel along with dishes, napkins and more to compliment your celebratory feast.

Patrons will be able to bask in all that is Christmas with a little bit of Halloween, Easter and more mixed in (it is a holiday store after all) – but only until the end of December! Come January, holiday merchandise will move back home to join the glamorous and rustic wares of Bradly’s Home and Garden at 117 E. Grand River Ave.

Both stores are open Mon-Wed, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Thurs-Sat, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. and Sun 12-5 p.m.

by Molly Keenan, OTCA org committee member