Ponoka’s Twisted Label Boutique wins national boutique awards

By Ponoka News Staff

After more than 340,000 votes were cast, Twisted Label Boutique of Ponoka was recently named Storefront Boutique of the Year for Canada, as well as reserve Overall Boutique of the Year for Canada, in the 2019 Boutique of the Year by shoppers.

The Boutique Awards is the only global recognition event for independent boutique retail owners in the fashion industry, hosted by The Boutique Hub and Boutique Style. The Awards recognize and celebrate the best boutiques across all 50 States in the US, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom, in the categories of Storefront Boutique of the Year, Online Boutique of the Year, Children’s Boutique of the Year, Mobile Boutique of the Year, and State or Country Overall Boutique of the Year.

The Boutique Hub, the global voice and Hub of the Boutique Fashion Industry, cites one of the strongest boutique markets in history with new boutiques opening daily across the globe, and established boutiques posting some of the strongest sales to date. The Shop Small movement is certainly alive and well as big box retail dwindles.

“I wanted to make women smile when they looked in the mirror. I wanted to create a community of women supporting women,” said Twisted Label Boutique owner, Kris Millar.

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