Friday, December 9, 2022

This N That Now Open In Williamsburg

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WILLIAMSBURG-A new gift shop has popped up in Williamsburg.

In April, the store This N That opened on Richmond Road next to Sno To Go.

This N That carries leather, t-shirts and other clothing, accessories such as hats and sunglasses, and knives.

The gift store also sells rocks, gemstones, toys, and collectibles including the popular Pops toy figures. Avon products are also available.

This N That occupies the space that was formerly GizMoe’s, an electronic store that closed in December after 15 years.

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