>Brookings Oregon News, Sports, & Weather | The Curry Coastal Pilot

News Classifieds Web
web powered by Web Search Powered by Google

News arrow News arrow Business arrow NEW SHOP A BROWSER'S PARADISE

Print

NEW SHOP A BROWSER'S PARADISE

Marie Garcia shows the merchandise on the shelves at her business, The Emanon Shoppe. (The Pilot/Ellen Babin).
Marie Garcia shows the merchandise on the shelves at her business, The Emanon Shoppe. (The Pilot/Ellen Babin).

By Ellen Babin

Pilot staff writer

The Emanon Shoppe is as interesting as its name.

Filled with gifts, collectibles, antiques, consignment resales and more, Marie Garcia's small place is a browser's paradise.

Her shop, located at 511 Fern St., is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday.

Boredom is not in Marie or her husband Ray's vocabulary. She has had many managerial positions and he has been a plumber for 50 years. They moved to Brookings from Joseph in 1993.

In addition to owning shops and boutiques for 15 years, Marie is a public notary and is able to write business plans and give grant writing assistance. She also gives financial and home buyer education and is experienced in Native American program assistance.

She can provide advice to help home buyers. She will soon be scheduling fall classes in homeowner/financial assistance programs.

"Knowledge is power," she said of her coming classes. She plans to keep them small so "detail can be attended to."

Currently, she is sponsoring a drawing to be held at the grand opening of her shop on June 22. Proceeds from the event will be donated to the Oasis Shelter Home in Gold Beach.

There will be three items given as prizes to the winning ticket holders. Tickets are 3 for $1.00 and the winners don't have to be present to win.

And the name of the store, she explained, is the words "no name" spelled backward.

She can be reached by phoning (541) 469-0929 or (888) 936-2666.

Print

Business News by Yahoo Finance

  • Asia up on Wall St. rally and China hopes, euro sags on Greece
    Asian stocks rose across the board on Tuesday after a rally on Wall Street and steps by China to shore up its economy boosted risk appetite, while Greek debt worries again haunted the sagging euro. Spreadbetters expected European shares to pull back slightly after Monday's rise, calling for Britain's FTSE (.FTSE), Germany's DAX (.GDAXI) and France's CAC (.FCHI) to open a touch lower. Tracking overnight gains in U.S. stocks, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was up 0.5 percent. Japan's Nikkei (.N225) bucked the trend and lost 0.2 percent.
  • Oil extends losses as deadline for Iran nuclear deal looms
    Oil futures extended losses on Tuesday, as Iran and six world powers ramped up the pace of negotiations to reach a preliminary deal that could ease sanctions and allow more Iranian crude onto world markets. With a deadline less than 24 hours away, United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China were trying to break an impasse in negotiations aimed at stopping Iran from having the capacity to develop a nuclear bomb, in exchange for an easing of international sanctions. "Iran has built up significant oil inventories and could immediately increase exports if sanctions are lifted," analysts at ANZ said in a note. Shipping sources say Iran is storing at least 30 million barrels of oil on its fleet of supertankers, as Western sanctions keep a lid on sales.
  • Exclusive: Cablevision to make $1 offer for New York Daily News
    The offer would come one month after New York media and real estate magnate Mortimer Zuckerman said he was considering selling the newspaper and had hired Lazard Ltd to assist with the process. Cablevision's $1 bid takes into account the New York Daily News' reported $30 million annual loss and $150 million investment in a printing press, and declining circulation that relies heavily on newsstand sales rather than on subscriptions, the source said. Cablevision declined to comment while a representative for the New York Daily News could not immediately be reached for a comment. Cable distributors such as Cablevision and its larger rivals have also been under pressure to stop consumers from dumping their cable subscriptions, or "cutting the cord", as subscribers shift to internet services such as Netflix and Hulu.

Follow Curry Coastal Pilot headlines on Follow Curry Coastal Pilot headlines on Twitter

© Copyright 2001 - 2015 Western Communications, Inc. All rights reserved. By Using this site you agree to our Terms of Use