Rowdy Boutique is Closing

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Yes, it's true. Rowdy Boutique is closing.

And, starting Wednesday, all merchandise is up to 75% off.

The high-end fashion boutique was started three years ago by Kristin Kulyniak and Melissa Owens. The two are moving to California and taking Rowdy with them.

We're hoping to get more of the story and will keep you updated.

In the meantime, mark out your calendar for this Wednesday through Friday (June 23 - 25) for their close-out sale.

Rowdy Boutique, 4717 North 7th Street in Phoenix, 602-277-0510, www.therowdyboutique.com.

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