Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Ribbon Cuttings Held For Several James City Businesses

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JAMES CITY-Three James City County businesses recently held ribbon cutting ceremonies.

Always Christmas Ceramics, located at 5251 John Tyler Highway, is a new business specializing in Christmas décor. Owner Sharon Campbell first started the business from her home. Always Christmas Ceramics offers seasonal, lighted ceramics, mostly Christmas trees. The business also offers classes, private painting parties, and other events. For more information, visit www.alwayschristmasceramics.com.

The Relationship Center of Hampton Roads recently opened a new location at 1315 Jamestown Rd. The center provides couples counseling, premarital counseling, and other services. For more information, click here.

Mini Price Storage also recently opened its doors in James City County. The new business, which specializes in self-storage and moving supplies, is located at 4091 Ironbound Rd. For more information, click here.

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