Designer Liquidation has opened up in Barriere

As the community of Barriere and the surrounding area grows, so does the business and merchant base to service the population.

For some time now area residents have been asking for more shopping opportunities so as to be able to find what they need closer to home rather than a drive into Kamloops.

Thanks to Barriere’s newest business owners, Tom Pennington and Tammy Paul, they can now do just that.

Designer Liquidation opened its doors last week in the Murray Purcha building, right next to the Murray’s Ice Cream Stand, and they are already seeing a good number of folks stopping in to check out what they have to offer.

Inside the store you will find a wide selection of clothing which comes from Macys clothing line, as well as many other items to p catch your interest.

Tom and Tammy say they decided to make Barriere their home and are excited about being able to sell “designer clothing at liquidation prices”.

“We are already well rooted in the community,” said Tammy, noting that her daughters also live here.

Once inside the store you will find there is much more to peruse than clothing, and the store offers convenient hours, being open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

You can reach Designer Liquidation at 4353 Connor Road, Barriere, or call 250- 672-0030.


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