By Star Journal staff
Sometimes a good deal is worth a little extra effort. Take, for example, Denim & Leather Exchange, LLC. Located in the midst of downtown Rhinelander’s Streetscape and infrastructure project, the store’s reputation as a quality consignment store means shoppers will have to be creative to continue to score a bargain.
“We sell all your favorite labels at affordable prices,” said store owner Mary Jo Swearingen. “You’ll find top brand motorcycle leather to the best name jeans, tops, purses, belts and boots.”
According to Swearingen, there are four parking lots within a two block walk from downtown. Parking is available at the Trig’s parking lot, the city lot behind McDonalds, the lot under the big flag or the lot behind the Rhinelander Pub & Café.
“Take a short walk and check out the construction progress and construction sales at all the downtown businesses,” she said. “Most people have found it interesting to see how the construction work is moving along.” Swearingen suggests asking any downtown business person for advice on getting around safely if there are concerns about sidewalk construction.
Denim & Leather Exchange will be celebrating seven years in business next month.
“The key to our success is being label conscious to insure quality in the items we sell,” Swearingen explained. “And we always pass along a good deal to guarantee repeat customers!”
Spring and summer fashions are on sale now, including sundresses, shorts, tank tops and more. Denim & Leather Exchange, LLC is located at 34 S. Brown Street and can be reached at 715-369-9333.
The Star Journal is featuring downtown Rhinelander businesses during the construction project. Contact your sales representative to learn more.