Dana’s Boutique celebrated at ‘Red Hot’ event
By Jo Moreland
Alpine Mountain Empire Chamber of Commerce
There’s nothing like gorgeous, affordable fashions to become “Red Hot & Moving to the Top” in Alpine!
Women browsed through, tried on and bought beautiful, flattering clothing and accessories for all sizes on Feb. 19 at the “Red Hot” celebration for Dana’s Boutique, 2271 Alpine Blvd.
The Alpine Mountain Empire Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors present the monthly “Red Hot” events to boost local businesses and organizations. The winning “Red Hot” ticket is drawn at the Chamber’s Hot Topics Breakfast meetings on the second Tuesday of every month.
“We are so proud to have you in the Chamber and the business community,” Chamber President/CEO Mary Rynearson told boutique owner Dana Paskle.
Chamber Ambassador Chairwoman Sallie Brown of Mary Kay Cosmetics gave the businesswoman a framed “Red Hot” certificate. Paskle also earned a Chamber basket of goodies.
A Certificate of Recognition from new State Assemblyman Randy Voepel was presented by Chamber Director Rose Signore of Postal Annex of Alpine.
“Thank you to the Alpine Chamber of Commerce for holding one of these events every month,” Tyler Rinde said as he gave Paskle a Certificate of Recognition from State Senator Joel Anderson’s office. “Thank you, too, Dana. This is a very nice business.”
Chamber Chairman Joseph Perricone and Ambassadors Patricia Tweed of Soroptimist of Alpine; Susan Barker, Alpine Woman’s Club, and Carol Morrison, Alpine Historical Society, congratulated Paskle. Chamber members, Dana’s customers and others also attended.
“I just like that she has an array of different types of fashion,” said customer Lisa Cranfield of Alpine. “Her staff is amazing.”
Paskle’s store has expanded since she started two years ago in a smaller Alpine location.
Asked for business tips, the busy Chamber member noted that “you do have to go out and get the people to you.”
“You just can’t sit back,” Paskle continued. “And when you get a good employee, keep them.”