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Find resale treasures in Adkins

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Deep South Tiles & Treasures, a new resale shop that opened Aug. 1 in Adkins, welcomes all to visit, browse its selection, and find that “just what I was looking for” item.

Storeowner Georgianna Jannis, who grew up in the community, sells items such as clothing (adult and baby), baby items, books, purses, and home décor.

What sets Deep South apart from other resale shops? Its gift items, such as custom-made tiles with vinyl lettering, home fragrances, home décor, custom-made stacked wooden crosses, and metal crosses, to name a few.

To get a visual sample of all Deep South has to offer, visit Hours at Deep South Tiles & Treasures are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. The shop is located at 11355 U.S. 87, Ste. 5, in Adkins.

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