PLEASE VOTE FOR US!
What comes to mind when you think of small business? Hard working folks? Long hours, late nights? Heart, soul and dedication? You will find all of these and more at Sequoia’s Closet. Nestled in the heart of the Crazy Mountains, Big Timber is home to a handful of small, local businesses that help keep our town alive.
All small towns are different, but one thing is the same: the children. Families fuel everything about our town- the schools, the sports, the church groups, and keeping everyone feel young! Supporting families is what Stacey Smith, owner of Sequoia’s Closet, does best. She is an expert in car seat safety, cloth diapering, and baby wearing just to name a few.
Running a successful baby boutique was just the start, though. Stacey also provides an excellent preschool four days a week, a story hour, free car seat inspections, and consignment sales. She gives back much more to the community than she takes and people love having this store in Montana. Families travel from surrounding towns for Stacey’s expert advice, one-on-one service and a variety of baby products. This is not just a business to Stacey. Her first priority is providing support and guidance to parents, grandparents and community members in need. This is more than just a business to her customers, as well. They count on her for genuine support.
Sequoia’s Closet has made it through to the quarter finals of the Indie Awards, a contest celebrating Independent Businesses across the country. Quite an accomplishment for our little Montana store! We would love your help crossing the finish line and winning the Grand Prize! Stacey has awesome plans for the future, including using a truck to take her business to the rural communities in our area. Please take the time to view our website and vote for Sequoia’s Closet! Each vote counts and you can vote everyday through
December 10! Thank you for your support!
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