Back-en-Thyme joins Chamber of Commerce


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The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new member, Back-en-Thyme, recently with a ribbon cutting at the business. Owner Kendra Redd-Hernandez has operated the business since 2002, offering fresh and silk flowers, planters, home décor, party supplies, candy and other gift items.


Back-en-Thyme recently joined the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce, and was welcomed by the board and chamber ambassadors at a recent ribbon cutting ceremony.

Located at 101 E. Court St. in Washington Court House, owner Kendra Redd-Hernandez has operated the business since 2002, offering fresh and silk flowers, planters, home décor, party supplies, candy and other gift items.

Redd-Hernandez has always operated under the slogan, “When ordinary just won’t do, call Back-en-Thyme, we’ll create it especially for you.” Whatever the occasion or need, Redd-Hernandez will work with her customers to create a special arrangement to please the recipient. She carries a variety of gift items from food gifts like cookie and pancake mixes, candy, Willow Tree figures, keepsake blankets, as well as gifts for the home, and party items such as decorative napkins and paper plates.

Items rotate regularly according to the season. Similarly, her storefront window at the corner of East Court Street and Main Street changes regularly and is one of the focal points of the downtown area.

In addition to being a local small business owner, Redd-Hernandez was elected last November to her first term on Washington Court House City Council.

“The Chamber of Commerce welcomes Back-en-Thyme to the chamber family,” Whitney Gentry, chamber president, said. To contact Back-en-Thyme, please call the store at 740-335-0003.

The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new member, Back-en-Thyme, recently with a ribbon cutting at the business. Owner Kendra Redd-Hernandez has operated the business since 2002, offering fresh and silk flowers, planters, home décor, party supplies, candy and other gift items.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_02316BackenThyme.jpgThe Fayette County Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new member, Back-en-Thyme, recently with a ribbon cutting at the business. Owner Kendra Redd-Hernandez has operated the business since 2002, offering fresh and silk flowers, planters, home décor, party supplies, candy and other gift items.

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