The Princeton-Caldwell County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting Saturday, Oct. 2, at Kopper & Daisy, formerly Posh. A grand opening was held that same day at the store.
Sisters Elaina Bond and LeAnn Maloney took owernship of Posh on Aug. 2, and changed the name to Kopper & Daisy. Their mother, Melinda Holloman, is store manager. Embroidery, vinyl and sublimation are offered and also Holloman will be offering some of her artwork and wood pieces. Holloman had previously spent 31 years working at Princeton Drug. Bond currently works at Thurman and Campbell, and Maloney works at Mercy Health Lourdes.
Bond said, “We have always wanted to do something... and when we got the opportunity, we went for it.”
Maloney added, “We still do everything Posh did, businesses can still come in and get products to help them promote their business, we still have adult apparel.”
The only difference is the sisters added a children’s boutique. Bond said the options for shopping children’s’ clothes were limited in Princeton and and they saw the need in the community for childrens clothes. She said, “the goal is to serve God and the community through the store.”
Kopper & Daisy, as the name, was picked because of Maloney and Bond’s pets. Both only have daughters and since there was going to be boys clothes offered as well, they wanted a name that would reflect that. Thus, the name: Kopper & Daisy.
Kopper is the pet of Kenny and LeAnn Maloney and their daughters Rebekah and Lauren. Daisy is the pet of James and Elaina Bond and daughter Sydney.
Kopper & Daisy, located at 215 W. Main St., is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday and closed on Sunday. More information is available via the business’s Facebook page. A customer group — Kopper & Daisy VIP — can also be joined for notification of new arrivals and sales.