April 10, 2019
On Thursday, April 4 the Hermosa Beach Chamber of Commerce performed a Ribbon Cutting ceremony for local business The Pacific Stranded.
Shop owners Daniel Inez and John Hudson established business on Hermosa Avenue a couple years ago. The success from predominantly being an online-based business has allowed them, for the first time ever, to open their doors to the public with new spring operating hours of 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Tuesday – Thursday and noon – 5 p.m. Friday – Sunday!
Now customers can see firsthand the unique array of items for purchase up-close, in person. Artwork, street signs, pennants and pillows are just some of the great pieces that greet you upon entering. Everything is made locally, right here in Southern California.
“This is a very special shop. If you have a love of the South Bay, and especially of Hermosa Beach, visiting this location is a must. I’m looking forward to seeing their booth during Fiesta Hermosa over Memorial Day weekend! It’s sure to be a crowd favorite,” said Maureen Hunt, President/CEO of the Chamber.
Maureen and Chamber staff were on-hand to perform the ribbon cutting ceremony. Mayor Stacey Armato, Mayor Pro Tem Mary Campbell and Chamber Board member Manny Serrano attended to give their support, in the company of numerous friends and family.
For additional information, visit the website at http://www.thepacificstranded.com
The Pacific Stranded is located at 901 Hermosa Avenue, Suite K, in Hermosa Beach. Visitors can enter on the south side of the building.