Up & Coming Weekly

September 19, 2017

Up and Coming Weekly is a weekly publication in Fayetteville, NC and Fort Bragg, NC area offering local news, views, arts, entertainment and community event and business information.

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44 SEPTEMBER 20 - 26, 2017 WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM Best Carpet/Flooring Webb Carpet Company 435 Westwood Shopping Center/2825 Raeford Rd. (910) 488-5685/(910) 485-5865 or www.webbcarpet.net Your home is your castle, and who wants to live in a castle with worn-out carpet, cracked tiles and scuffed wood floors? Webb Carpet Company is a locally owned and operated business dedicated to serving the community. It provides high-quality products, courteous service and excellent installation. The company's variety of flooring options, including carpet, hardwood, tile, stone, laminate and vinyl, accommodate every- one. In-home appointments make choosing the right material a breeze. Experts guide customers through the process of picking the perfect floor for their budget, taste and lifestyle. After that crucial decision is made, in-home measurements, installation and financing make the transition from your old floor to your new one a breeze. Webb Carpet Company also offers carpet-binding services. Best Clothing Store (Men) Ashby's Menswear 379 Westwood Shopping Center (910) 864-5066 or www.ashbysmenswear.com Ashby's Menswear brings high-quality menswear to Fayetteville at affordable prices. That is just part of what makes it the go-to place for men's formal wear, business attire and casual wear. Dedicated to outstanding customer service, Ashby's is also known for wardrobing, custom- fitting and in-house alterations. The inventory includes designer suits, sports coats, formal wear, outerwear, trousers and dress shirts. And no trip to Ashby's is complete without accesso - ries. Items include neckwear, shoes, cufflinks, hats, pocket squares and belts. When it comes to looking your best, Ashby's is the place to go. Best Clothing Store (Women) Dress Barn 2065-7 Skibo Rd. (910) 868-9751 or www.dressbarn.com Working mother Roslyn S. Jaffe and her husband Elliott opened the first Dress Barn in Connecticut in 1962 and were met with im- mediate success. They saw a need for a store that would provide quality, affordable and fashion-forward options to busy working women. It broke the mold for what was expected of a typical dress store, but customers flocked to it — despite the only entrance being up a tall flight of stairs. More than 50 years later, Dress Barn is still known for its huge selection and affordable prices. The store has evolved to meet the needs of modern women, expanding to include options that surpass just dressing for work. Not only is Dress Barn a clothing destination for working women, it stands by its original vision of offering fashion at a value. The Dress Barn carries sizes 2-24. Upon request, employees also complete special online orders for customers and have items shipped to their home for free. The Jaffe family has never believed in fitting the mold. Instead, they focus on encouraging women to be confident in their uniquely beautiful bodies, regard - less of size. The women of Fayetteville appreciate them for it. Best Clothing Store (Children) H&M 419 Cross Creek Mall (855) 466-7467 or www.hm.com/us/ H&M began as a women's clothing store in 1947 in Sweden. When the store opened, it embraced what is now a commonly accepted practice in the fashion industry. It touted fre - quently updated fashion at affordable prices — and at the time it was a progressive move. From the beginning, the company has focused on quality and sustainability. Today, there are more than 4,500 H&M stores in 66 markets across the globe. H&M is no longer strictly focused on women's clothing. Its stores now also carry menswear and children's clothing. Its dedication to affordable fashion is key to its success in children's clothing. Because kids grow so fast, it can be expensive to keep them well dressed. H&M is the solution. There is no need for compromise. Kids can head back to school in stylish new clothes that fit their new size and your wallet. Best Thrift Store Salvation Army 433 Robeson St. (910) 764-1041 or www.salvationarmycarolinas.org/fayetteville Thrifting is fun. And at the Salvation Army, everyone enjoys their special finds. But not only does the thrift store offer a wide variety of items — shopping there can save you money while helping people. All the funds that come in through the store are used to provide assistance to local families. The thrift store accepts donations of all kinds and gives lightly used items a brand-new life, benefitting the community several times over. It reduces waste by keep - ing items out of landfills. It gives low income and frugal families the opportunity to purchase a variety of new items like clothes, books and furniture. And the profits are also used to support the other programs of the Salvation Army, which is a Christian organization dedicated to meeting human needs. Just a few of its programs include providing emergency shelter and feed - ing, utility assistance, and programs that focus on youth and senior issues. Next time you need something, check out this thrift store before running to the mall. You'll probably find what you need for half the price and benefit the people in our community who need help most in the process. GOODS & SERVICES GOODS & SERVICES MaryBill 's Cafe Our Dining Room Every Morning Serves All Walks Of Life: Citizens & Soldiers, Working Parents & Retirees. Monday - Friday: 7am - 2:30pm Saturday: 7am - 2pm | Sunday: 8am - 2pm Private meeting room available. Catering on request. Award Category | Best Breakfast 801 Elm St. | Fayetteville, NC 28303 | 910-221-1170 We Thank our Loyal Customers and Voters for this Award!

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