Savon Bath Treats & Gold Dust Vintage Open Tomorrow

Published by The Bee News

August 14, 2019

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Opening tomorrow August 15th (Thursday) in Lake Havasu City:

Two entrepreneurs have joined forces for the relaunch of Savon Bath Treats on McCulloch Blvd, next to Small Cakes.  Together with Savon Bath Treats is a new brand to town named Gold Dust Vintage.  Gold Dust Vintage is most easily described by it’s hashtags #golddustvintage#vintage #retro #mens #womens #clothing #vintageclothing #turquoise#jewelry #leather #denim #dresses #vintageswim #pinup #rocker #biker#rocknroll #tiki #bohemian #vintagetees #vintagelevis

Combined with the the largest bath and beauty brand to grace Lake Havasu City these two stores are a gold mine (no pun intended) for those power shoppers of all things local and awesome.  Savon Bath Treats has been in Kingman for over 3 years bringing locally handcrafted soaps, bath bombs, whipped scrubs, facial bars, shampoo bars, and so much more to the frothing fanatical fans in Kingman and is excited to offer the same in Lake Havasu for year two.  The Lake Havasu location opened in August of last year and after a year of sales and research this partnership was whipped up and hashed out to offer the locals a truly one-of-a-kind shopping experience.  Where else in the world can you pick up a Beatles Vinyl record and a bath bomb called Lucy in the Sky of Diamonds?  That’s right, NO WHERE!

The store will make it’s debut opening tomorrow with an official grand opening and ribbon cutting from the local Chamber of Commerce in September.  Stay tuned to all their happening including store hours on their Facebook pages Gold Dust Vintage & Savon Bath Treats

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