Hazel Reese Vintage Market offers vintage, antique items to Athens - The Post

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Heather Harmon (Heather Harmon) is the owner and founder of the Hazel Reese Retro Market in Plains, Ohio, working behind the front desk on Tuesday, January 26, 2021.

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Heather Harmon never expected to turn her life hobby into a full-time job. Nevertheless, it is located on N. Plains Rd. The Hazel Reese retro market opened grandly on November 13, 2020, and was a success in the first few months.

Heather Harmon, the owner of Hazel Reese's vintage market, is an associate professor of health sciences at Ohio State University. He explained that although teaching has always been her dream, she is The re-hobby of decoration has always been her real goal. Once she came up with the idea of ​​opening up a local wine market, countless members of the community contacted her to encourage her to open up space or ask to become a hawker.

Heather Harmon (Heather Harmon) said: "I hope that other people will have access to things, because in Athens, there is actually no place to buy things like furniture and home decorations." By phone. "So even though this is the worst opening time ever, it just makes sense to open it."

The antique market receives 32 co-signing vendors and suppliers in a spacious space. Every weekend, about 20 actual vendors come to the space to sell their works or curated collections. Heather Harmon plans to introduce as many suppliers as possible, selling antiques, antiques, home decorations and handmade products such as masks, T-shirts, soaps, jams and jellies. Soon, the Hazel Reese Retro Market will also have an area offering baked goods.

Heather Harmon (Heather Harmon) said: "Everyone has something to see," he emphasized that any group, whether it is college students, high school students, parents or just passing by, will find something worthy of appreciation in Hazel Reese . "It's not boring. It's not like going to Hobby Lobby and buying things that everyone else has. You are buying things that others don't have. That's what makes it cool."

The name Hazel Reese was inspired by the names and middle names of her two children. One of the children, Allie Harmon, is the manager of the Heather Harmon store. Allie Harmon, a senior student at the Athens High School, plans to major in business next year. Her position is to gain experience in her future field of study.

Allie Harmon (Allie Harmon) mostly works behind the scenes and runs the store

And cash register, and do paperwork for suppliers. She explained that it is indeed a learning process to actually start a business, especially for a high school student, but keeping everything organized is the reason for her effective store opening.

"I am very happy to see the end of the year. I really hope that my mother and I can finally make this business successful so that we have something in Athens that can make people get anything," said Allie Harmon. "I hope to be able to Manage for a long time...I really don’t want it to be just a side job. "

Last summer, supplier Kim Hobbs initially sold vintage jewelry, clothing and books as well as hand-sewn dog bandanas, aprons, cylinder and bowl covers, pillows at the stalls at the Megs County Farmers’ Market. Quilt and Tic-Tac-Toe. She saw on the Internet that Hazel Reese was looking for a supplier, and quickly established contact with Heather Harmon.

Hobbs points out that her favorite part of the hazel Reese Vintage Market is the constant inventory changes. Suppliers can use their own judgment to eliminate bad sales and add fresh things to their customers.

Hobbs said: "(The supplier is always) recycles, updates, and places new inventory." "So every time you enter the store, it's like entering a new place again."

Hobbs' booth was originally called King's Sewing Garden, but in Hazelnut Reese, she is usually called Booth 33. Each booth is assigned a number for sellers to mark their items in order to get credit for each sale. This is a smooth system that allows customers to shop in the store and then check out at one location at the end of the visit.

Hobbs said: "This is absolutely amazing." "I mean, this is everything. I think this is one of them, "Don't know what to do? Go to Hazel to buy a perfect gift, a little bit of a place. "

The opening hours of Hazel Reese Vintage Market are: Friday from 12 noon to 6 pm, Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm and Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm. They plan to extend their business hours to 7 days a week in the next few months. Those who are interested in applying to become a supplier can email Heather Harmon at:


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