May 21st at 2 pm the Talihina Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon cutting for a new business in Talihina, Kiamichi Kactus located at 315 Dallas Street.
Kiamichi Kactus is a western boho style clothing store featuring women and men’s apparel, western home décor, bedding, jewelry, leatherwork and accessories.
Owners Amanda Horton and Tracy Bryant are both elementary teachers at Talihina Public School. Amanda and her husband (a Volunteer Firefighter) have two children Kaitlyn, Tyler and his wife Laurie. They also have two grandchildren, Nash and Hadleigh Horton.
Tracy and her husband Aaron have owned and operated Bryant Dirtworks in Talihina for the past 21 years. They have three children, Isaac, Nash, and Samuel.
Amanda and Tract stated that they have worked hard to find the best western inspired clothing at the best prices and bring a fun new store to Talihina, Oklahoma. They are excited to be a part of Historic Downtown Talihina and hope to see all of you at the Kactus soon.
Come join us at 2pm Friday May 21st to welcome this new business to Talihina.
For more information contact the chamber at 918-567-3434 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to seeing you there.