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Miss Cocky Boutique moving to Main Street

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Miss Cocky Boutique plans to move sales of its USC Gamecock-licensed women’s apparel, accessories and shoes to Main Street.

The store, co-owned by Caroline Johnson and Mandy Fannin, will open its new location at 1450 Main in July, according to a City Center Partnership news release.

Mandy Fannin, left, and Caroline Johnson owners of Miss Cocky Boutique announced plans to move its business to Main Street. (Photo/Provided)

“This is a really exciting move for us,” Johnson said in a statement.  “We have been searching for a new home with a fun and exciting kind of retail space, and our new location on Main Street is perfect.  We are thrilled to be a part of the next big wave of great things happening on Main Street!”

Founded in July 2009, the store will be moving from 621 Gadsden St.

“Miss Cocky is just the kind of retailer Main Street District wants to attract,” Matt Kennell, president and CEO of City Center Partnership, said in the release. “It has been a successful business for many years and they offer unique products that our community loves. We hope their move spurs more retail development in the coming months. We are very excited to have them!”

The shop, which will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, offers a “collection of fashionable game day pieces that are fun, festive, and affordable,” according to its website.  The shop also sells items for men and children.

City Center Partnership provides public space management, economic development, place management, marketing services, and public advocacy for the Main Street District.  

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