It's Your Business: New women's resale clothing store opening in North Naples

Dave Osborn

Dave Osborn

A new women's resale clothing store will open next month in North Naples.

The Clothes Mentor, 9051 U.S. 41 N., began buying clothes Sept. 17, stocking up before opening the store, owner Phil Baker said.

Now, the store plans to hold a grand opening Nov. 8 and start selling them. They're looking for gently worn clothes one to two years old and mainly name brands, such as Ann Taylor, Coldwater Creek, Chico's, J. Crew and Old Navy.

"Most of your resale shops are consignment," Baker said. "This is different. We pay cash."

Designers chosen for luxury penthouses

WCI Communities has selected Naples and Winter Park-based Beasley & Henley Interior Design to create the interior design for two luxury penthouse models at The Colony Golf & Bay Club, an 809-acre master-planned community in Bonita Springs.

The models represent the two floor plans offered at Terzetto, a new neighborhood of three-story buildings overlooking nature preserves, lakes and a golf course. They are expected to be completed in February.

For more information: www.WCICommunities.com or 1-800-WCI-2290

West named a top manager for Kinetico

Kinetico Water Systems of SWFL has named Greg West a Top Territory Manager for September.

A 27-year veteran of the water treatment industry, West has been a territory manager for the past seven years. West and his family live in Naples.

The September Team Member of the Month was Lina Watson, who has worked for Kinetico for one year and lives in Port Charlotte with her family.

For more information: 1-800-795-8897 or www.KineticoSWFL.com

Bank employees assemble kits for children

Mutual of Omaha Bank employees in Fort Myers recently participated in a United Way Day of Caring project for Children's Advocacy Center, a United Way partner agency.

The workers helped assemble "comfort kits" for the children and families of the CAC, a crisis center that helps sexually and physically abused children. The agency's mission is to improve the lives of children and families through a coordinated response to child abuse and neglect.

Bank employees assembled 225 comfort kits that contained soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo and sunscreen for the children.

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