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Fun Clothing, Accessories for Great Gifts

We caught up with the owner of Psycho Sisters Boutique in downtown Cartersville for this small business Q&A.

Psycho Sisters Boutique in downtown Cartersville is one of more than 2,150 small businesses in town. With Small Business Saturday around the corner, Cartersville Patch caught up with owner Holly Delaney for a quick, five-point Q&A:

Patch: When did you open? Has this business always been in the same spot? 

Delaney: We opened in March 1997. Originally on Hwy 41 in the North Corners shopping center near Walmart.

Patch: How did you get involved in the business?

Delaney: Worked part time in an Atlanta location and enjoyed it so much I decided to open my own location.

Patch: What makes your business unique compared to others stores that sell similar products?  

Delaney: We sell both new fashions from New York and LA, as well as recycled mall and designer fashions. We also carry vintage clothing and retro costumes all year for decades parties and all kinds of Halloween costumes in October. Our eclectic nature really sets us apart.

Patch: What keeps you in Cartersville?

Delaney: We like the small town and personable feel of Cartersville. We really appreciate our regular customers!

Patch: Are there one or two specific items you have, which are really unique, that nobody else carries? What are one or two specific items you carry that make great or popular holiday gifts?

Delaney: We have all kinds of fun clothing and accessory items that you won't find elsewhere, both new and recycled that make great gifts...jewelry, armwarmers, sweater leggings, great tops, and more.

Own a local, small business? Send your answers to our five questions for small businesses to cartersville@patch.com.

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