Owner Erika Beckman accepted the award on behalf of the business at the Mayville/Chautauqua Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting & Banquet held November 8th at Webb’s Captain’s Table, Mayville.
Opened since April of 2010, Uptown Dresser has provided the Mayville/Chautauqua area with a much needed clothing store, selling affordable, casual to elegant women’s clothing and accessories, hand-made furniture made by business partner Harold Hawkins, jewelry, home décor, and art items in an attractive boutique setting. Uptown Dresser is also a local drop-off location for Anderson’s Dry Cleaners.
Erika has recently partnered with Diane Tarr, who has opened a new business, Ambience, providing manicures and spa pedicures at the Uptown Dresser’s Mayville location.
Congratulations go out to Erika Beckman and Uptown Dresser for the courage to start a new business in this difficult economy and for giving the Mayville/Chautauqua area access to an affordable, local clothing and furniture store.
Erika Beckman, left, of Uptown Dresser Fashion & Furniture Consignment being presented with the Business Improvement Award by Ken Shearer, President of the Mayville/Chautauqua Chamber of Commerce.