CultureMap Recognizes Settlement Goods as “Top Shop”

By | March 22, 2012

Fixturing and Fabrication by Dumptruck Design
Fixturing and Fabrication by Dumptruck Design
Fixturing and Fabrication by Dumptruck Design
Fixturing and Fabrication by Dumptruck Design

We’re so excited to welcome a new addition to the Montrose shopping scene! Settlement Goods & Design is the brainchild of owners Alicia Redman and Gene and Jenny Morgan, who have put together a great collection of both men’s and women’s essentials.

Say the owners, “we believe that “what’s made close to home is better for you.” Our products are made by some of the best designers and craftspeople America has to offer. These are brands and people that know and care about great design, the environment, and creating good jobs for Americans.”

“Settlement is a store with integrity in mind. We love Montrose, and know it’s a forward-thinking community with a similar desire to promote the health and well-being of the people and things that surround us. We’d love to hear from all of our neighbors. Stop by, and say hello!”

By supporting only U.S. made labels, Settlement Goods & Design echoes the local and neighborhood-centric mentality that we at MMD feel is so important to growing our local, regional and national economies.

Oh, did we mention that CultureMap recently wrote up Settlement Goods & Design as one of its “Five Must-Hit Stores for March”? Well they did, and you can read the whole scoop right here.


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