Lexington shops are welcoming holiday shoppers who are looking for the perfect gifts. Main Street Lexington credits unique shops and one owner hopes creative packaging will make shoppers happy.
A boutique and a deli have opened up in Lexington and an arcade is coming soon.
Local business owners encourage shoppers to visit downtown brick and mortar stores instead of shopping online.
Lexington retailers roll out the red and green carpet with free gift-wrapping and other services to offer an alternative to cyber shopping.
Owners hope customer experience will give them an edge over online and big-box retailers.
To encourage more shoppers to stay local, Main Street Lexington will be running its 3rd annual Love Lexington Lotto during the holiday season.
Merchants in downtown Lexington look to boost sales and compete with online giant Amazon by advertising the quaint town atmosphere and offering special deals for Black Friday.
Ollie’s Bargain Outlet is scheduled to move into the former local K-Mart space in June. Label Shopper, located in the same shopper center, is set to open next month.
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