Endless possibilities

Consignment shop owner Kimi Reisinger aims to breathe new life into the former Harold Snowdon Funeral Home, located at 607 Carey Avenue in Wilkes-Barre. Reisinger and her family purchased the former funeral home and have transformed it into a plethora of treasures untold, with room after room of old and new merchandise just waiting to be discovered.

Reisinger, an experienced interior decorator, told the Independent Gazette that she envisioned a shop that offers just about anything, from knickknacks to antiques, furniture to toys and more, featuring something for just about anyone’s liking. Reisinger also recognized the importance of quality and value. “I am not a wealthy person — and most people are not — so I want to offer quality at an affordable price,” she said.

SAMSUNG CSCReisinger is excited to feature local talents, jewelry makers, artists, craftsmen, and others. “The sky’s the limit,” she said. Anyone looking to have their items showcased at Endless Possibilities should call (570) 235–6475, stop in daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., or visit their Facebook© page at www.facebook.com/EPCBeyond for further details.



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