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Gypsy Girl Consignment Boutique continues to grow!

Amy Midtbruget, owner of Gypsy Girl Consignment Boutique, received a $7,500 Small Business Incentive Grant from the New Ulm Economic Development Authority.  Amy Midtbruget is pictured above with Aaron Kramer, Business Manager, as Heather Bregel, New Ulm EDA staff, presents the check to the boutique.  Gypsy Girl is located at 21 N. Minnesota St, Ste A.

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Why did you choose to open your business in New Ulm?

I chose to open Gypsy Girl Consignment Boutique in New Ulm because I saw a need to offer quality clothing at a reasonable price within our community and the surrounding area.

How has the New Ulm EDA/ helped you with your business startup?

The New Ulm EDA has been a great resource from the beginning by helping to build a business plan, answering questions, and providing the opportunity to apply for and receive a small business grant.

Tell us something exciting about your business.

There are a lot of exciting things going on at Gypsy Girl.  We sell handcrafted items from over 20 local artisans at our boutique.  We also consign and sell men’s and women’s clothing from over 200 consignors located not only within the New Ulm area but from as far away as cities such as Rochester, Waconia, and Windom.  Our most exciting news is the expansion of our boutique to accommodate the addition of Lil Gypsies which will offer children’s clothing from sizes newborn to 12/14.

What advice do you have for anyone else thinking of starting a business in New Ulm?

Do it!  New Ulm as a whole is very supportive of new local businesses.  The community, the other local business owners, the Chamber, and the EDA have all been equally helpful.

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