Shelter for Abused Women and Children’s Options Shoppe reopens in Naples

Reporter: Lauren Leslie Writer: Matthew Seaver
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Finding a deal and supporting a good cause. After months of fixing damage from Hurricane Ian, the Options Shoppe is back open in Naples.

The second-hand store on 2nd Avenue supports the Shelter for Abused Women and Children.

Shoppers are invited back to catch up on shopping and see the renovations. All of the flooring had to be replaced as well as dry-wall.

Between the costs to repair and being out of business, the store took about a $400,000 hit.

“We opened on Friday at 1 o’clock in the afternoon, and from 1 to 5, we did enough where we beat last year on the same day, so we were that busy, and we didn’t even send out an email that we were open until the late afternoon, so people were flooding in just word of mouth,” said Paul Kallenberg, Options Shoppe manager.

The Options Shoppe was closed for more than three months. Now, they’re looking for furniture donations and designer merchandise for an upcoming fashion show.

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