Salem, OR, (Feb.3, 2020) – Debra Herring, the owner of the popular South Salem boutique, Debra Herring Studio, announced she will close her doors at the end of March to spend time on her family business.
In a January 30 email to customers, Herring wrote that while she treasured her clients and her business was doing well, she felt it was time to spend more time with her husband and their family business, Halo Branded Solutions, which creates customized promotional products.
Herring has been in the fashion industry for over 25 years. Debra Herring Studio has won numerous awards for being customer’s favorite in Best of the Mid-Valley and recently became EarthWISE certified. She is an active member of the community; conducting a yearly charity clothing drive for the Center for Hope and Safety.
The Studio will continue to receive shipments of new items over the next six weeks. The last day for special orders will be at their Valentine’s Day event Feb. 12. with hopes to sell out her inventory and fixtures, sales will start immediately and continue through March 31.
Herring admits she has mixed feelings about the decision, primarily because of everyone she has met here. She writes to clients, “I was able to share in so many of your special moments. Our success was all accomplished because of your years of support and the work of my extraordinary staff. My motto has always been ‘we would be nothing without you.’ I am forever grateful.”
About Debra Herring: Debra Herring Studios is located at 4093 Commercial Street in South Salem. They have been honored multiple times with a Best of the Mid-Valley for Women’s Clothing by Statesman Journal readers. In 2003 they were voted “Small Business of the Year” by Salem Area Chamber of Commerce. They are a Brighton Heart Store and supply a range of fashion that includes Nic and Zoe, Joseph Ribkoff, Tribal Jag, NYDJ, and Tees by Tina among others. DebraHerringStudio.com or call 503-375-3750. The boutique will close its doors on March 31, 2020.
Debra Herring Studio