The Union Recorder

Business

March 22, 2012

Monograms & More a gift paradise

MILLEDGEVILLE — Walking into Monograms and More, one is instantly greeted by a friendly staff and rows upon rows of bright merchandise. Monograms and More has been serving Milledgeville and surrounding counties for more than 30 years and the store prides itself on having the latest styles and most unique collectibles in the area. Currently, the store is the only licensed Vera Bradley carrier in Milledgeville, and the line is extensive. The store is also stocked with the latest in beach cover-ups; coolers, children's wear, and Stephen Joseph back packs. The Stephen Joseph line has been embraced by some of the top celebrities in the industry for their children including Sandra Bullock, Nancy O'Dell, Ali Sweeney, Ali Landry, Naomi Watts, Gwen Stefani and Sarah Jessica Parker.

Monograms and More will monogram outside items, as well as items purchased within the store. The turnaround time for most items is about a week and rush orders are taken as well.

The store is celebrating spring break with a special sale going on through Saturday. Beach bags, coolers and cover-ups are all 40 percent off and diaper bags are also on sale.

Monograms and More is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. The store is closed Sunday. Monograms and More is located at 1825 N. Columbia St. and can be reached at (478) 452-9224.

 

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