Southern Saratoga County is so fortunate to have many vibrant businesses continue to open their doors in 2020. The Saratoga County Chamber was delighted to hold ribbon cutting ceremonies at two new businesses in Malta, one in Ballston Spa and one in Burnt Hills within the past week.
In Malta, ribbon cuttings were held at Finishing Touches Home Decor and Bowled. Located in an historic home on East High Street, Finishing Touches Home Decor offers a gorgeous array of home décor and custom interior design services. Don’t miss seeing the festive holiday decorations, both inside and out! (Finishing Touches is across the street from the new Malta Farm and Garden, where The Saratoga County Chamber also celebrated with a ribbon cutting on October 30.)
Heading south on Route 9 in Ellsworth Commons, Bowled has also just opened the doors! Delicious, fresh and healthy, Bowled is all about Salad, Acai, Grain and Bowls. The casual, window filled restaurant offers online ordering, take-out and delivery.
The Chamber was in Ballston Spa to celebrate the opening of DB Trends Boutique on Front Street. The light and airy boutique, supporting women artists, has a tropical vibe and a beautiful selection of gifts and home items. DB Trends is a first-rate addition to Ballston Spa’s vibrant downtown shopping and dining scene!
Further south in Burnt Hills, Nicole Wilson has owned Life Maid Spotless & Simple Residential and Commercial Cleaning business for 15 years. With a recent move to a new office in the Dollar General Plaza on Route 50 that had some extra space- she decided to make a dream come true and open Life Made Simple Boutique. The cozy retail space offers unique and fun decor, clothes, gifts and accessories for all ages!
Shopping Local for the holidays and beyond is more important than ever. Take a ride and safely visit and shop at these Southern Saratoga County small businesses. The owner’s of all our small businesses need strong community support to keep their doors open, lights on and staff employed. Let’s all do our part to SAVE OUR LOCALS!