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Red Door Boutique supports local vendors

(9/11) The Red Door Boutique at 16 W. Baltimore will be hosting its 10th Super Saturday. The event will include eighteen Independent vendors, direct sales reps and micro business owners.

Taneytown City Councilman Joe Vigliotti stated "One of the most interesting things you can do each month in Taneytown is to attend Super Saturday at Red Door Boutique, organized by owner Emily Graham. You'll find amazing crafters, vendors, sales representatives from a variety of companies, good food, and most importantly, good people. I make it a point to attend every Super Saturday that I can because you are guaranteed to find unique and fascinating things, and talented, kindhearted people. Emily does an incredible service for Taneytown by bringing Super Saturdays together, and ensuring residents have an exceptional kind of experience." Longtime Patron of The Red Door Boutique Rosemary Leonard Orner added "Emily always makes Super Saturday special with unique vendors and amazing items for sale. It really gives the community a chance to see all the area has to offer.

Super Saturday at the Red Door Boutique was conceived by Owner Emily Graham to support three key ideals. Firstly, the event is aimed to promote and develop Taneytown main street by attracting buyers and sellers from inside and outside the community. Second, Super Saturdays offer support and opportunities for micro business owner’s local crafter and artisans as well as direct sale representatives. Super Saturday provides the exposure and promotion they may not have access to otherwise. Lastly, this event provides a wide variety of products and services to the customers that may not be available locally. Many of the Super Saturday vendors travel from surrounding states and cities to offer their unique and custom products.

The Red Door Boutique is a brick and mortar store that offers crafts, craft supplies, project kits and studio time. We also have a great selection of hand-picked quality retail gift items, jewelry, and gourmet food products. Our 'Local" section of the store features Maryland and Taneytown themed items such as coffee mugs, ornaments, calendars from a local photographer, books written by local authors, and so much more.

Owned and operated by Emily Graham, The Red Door Boutique is a small boutique located in historic downtown Taneytown, Maryland. The building itself was built circa 1894 as a carriage house where people would 'park' their carriages while patronizing downtown shops. It's full of character with original ship lap, weather vane, cupola, and windows (be sure to notice the chewed windows from the horses!). Throughout the years, it has held a feed store, a church, drag racing and a florist. We hope you can visit us soon to experience the unique charm of our little boutique!

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