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Willow Tree Antiques & Gifts was featured on the front page of the local Rockingham newspaper, Your Daily Journal. Accompanied by pictures of the store and owner Jill DeBerry (shown below), the article appeared in the newspaper September 24, 2015. Photos and text excerpt reproduced with permission.
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Shop features unique antiques
September 23rd, 2015
By Melonie McLaurin – firstname.lastname@example.org
ROCKINGHAM — Willow Tree Antiques and Gifts had a soft opening on Sept. 12, and owner Jill DeBerry said business has been good so far.
“I think downtown Rockingham needs new businesses to bring things to the area,” DeBerry said, speaking of her location beside Henry’s Uptown Cafe, just across South Hancock Street from the Richmond County Administrative Building.
DeBerry, a Waxaw native, is married to Tommy DeBerry of Richmond County who helps out around the store often. Between the two of them, they hope to bring a new and different shopping experience to downtown Rockingham.