Whippoorwill Charm celebrates Ribbon Cutting

The Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Whippoorwill Charm's new paint studio. 

"We are so happy to open this creative studio," said Whippoorwill Charm studio owner Kimberly Shetron.

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Whippoorwill Charm has experienced significant growth over the last nine years in business. The majority of sales come from their website, whippoorwillcharm.com.

"We have provided hand-painted signs for customers since the beginning, but a few years ago, a customer asked if we could supply un-painted signs for a party," continued Shetron. "From there, we launched the wholesale side of our business, supplying signs and crafts for other studios to host parties."

Shetron continued, saying, "We saw the need in our community for space to host family-friendly events. So, we opened a painting studio of our own! We now host various classes, from terrarium making to canvas painting, for many different types of groups."

Whippoorwill Charm provides memorable hands-on experiences, from Girls Nights and Team Building exercises to fundraisers, charcuterie classes, and much more. Over spring break, they welcomed over 200 kids to their studio for classes. 

"We hope to be your hub for all things creative," concluded Shetron.

Ambassadors in attendance included: Sijle Antosen (Weichert, Realtors - The Property Shoppe), Amy Crouch-Howard (Weichert, Realtors - The Property Shoppe), Jennifer Drummond (ProLand Title), Mary Duvall (Bad Boy, Inc), Tammy Foster (First Community Bank), Brittney Harris (Independence Off-Road), Kirsten Harvey (Arkansas Sherrif's Youth Ranch), Eva Henriksen (Merchants & Planters Bank), John High (Qualls Batesville Funeral Service), Justin Keister (Syngery, HR LLC), Dana Millikin (White River Now), Courteney Muse (Southern Bank), Megan Renihan (Batesville School District), Justin Russell (Bank of Cave City), Lori Tacker (Batesville Eye Care Center), and Christina Watts (LaCroix Precision Optics).

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