Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Held for A-Lotta Antiques & More

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Tuesday, May 21, 2024, to celebrate the opening of A-Lotta Antiques & More, a family-owned antique and treasured memory shop serving Kitzmiller, Garrett County, and the surrounding region.

Garrett County's Business Development Specialist, Connor Norman, led the ceremony.
Local dignitaries in attendance included County Commissioner Paul Edwards, Maryland Commerce Western Maryland Representative Andrew Sargent, Kitzmiller Mayor Robbie Reckart, Garrett County Chamber of Commerce President Andrew Fike, and Chamber Membership Manager Nick Sharps.

Attendees congratulated Tammy and Bill Whitacre and expressed the positive impact they believe the new business will have on the town of Kitzmiller. Tammy spoke about the business and shared a deep gratitude for the support of the community and her happiness in seeing the business take shape.

“Shops like these are important for a variety of reasons,” said Commissioner Paul Edward. “Our small businesses are an essential piece in what drives our economy. Congratulations to the Whitacres! We wish you great success.”

Located at 930 State Street, Kitzmiller, Maryland, A-Lotta Antiques & More focuses on selling secondhand items such as antiques, vintage ware, furniture, electronics, and more!

For additional information, please visit the business's Facebook page @alottakz


Photo (l-r): Business Development Specialist Connor Norman, County Commissioner Paul Edwards, Maryland Commerce Representative Andrew Sargent, Chamber of Commerce President Andrew Fike, Owners Bill and Tammy Whitacre, Kitzmiller Mayor Robbie Reckart, and Chamber Membership Manager Nick Sharps

Created 6/4/2024 9:26am
Last Updated 6/4/2024 9:40am