Henry House opening is good sign for future of local business
Published 7:19 pm Friday, August 8, 2014
Bainbridge has something extremely special in the works with the newly renovated Henry House opening its doors soon.
Six different businesses have set up shop in the historic home, including a jewelry maker Alice Warner, Emily K’s Skincare and Nails and an incredible lineup of massage and facial therapists ready to serve Bainbridge residents.
The entrepreneurial spirit of the Henry House project should inspire locals to do the same.
These women have worked hard to build their businesses, and having such an incredible opportunity to showcase their effort all while helping the local economy generate revenue is something we all can agree on.
The owner of the Henry House, is a passionate resident who has spend decades as a small business owner in Bainbridge. The love she has for the house and the opportunity she has given to the others working in the building with her is wonderful.
The Post-Searchlight applauds the innovative, clever design of the Henry House and the businesses going inside. We wish them the best of luck in their careers and hope they become staples to the Bainbridge business scene.
In these difficult times, it’s nice to see signs of the local economy bouncing back–signs like the Henry House.