Vintage items, gifts and more at new Enumclaw shop

Business partners Tori Ammons, left, and Melissa Oglesbee have launched Nothing Fancy by Black Bear Outpost in downtown Enumclaw.

Business partners Tori Ammons, left, and Melissa Oglesbee have launched Nothing Fancy by Black Bear Outpost in downtown Enumclaw.

Featuring an eclectic mix of merchandise, partners Tori Ammons and Melissa Oglesbee have opened Nothing Fancy by Black Bear Outpost.

The heart-of-downtown-Enumclaw shop opened June 1 and enjoyed a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by the Chamber of Commerce on July 6.

Customers will find everything from vintage items and antiques to “shabby decor,” unique clothing, jewelry and more. An interesting touch is the mural of the Enumclaw foothills the partners had painted on the back wall.

For Ammons, this is her third business venture, joining Black Bear Outpost locations in Spanaway and Black Diamond. This is her first enterprise with a partner.

Location: 1613 Cole St., Enumclaw

Phone: 360-825-2212

Website: blackbearpropane.com

Email: nothingfancybb@gmail.com

Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday; 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday; noon to 5 p.m. Sunday; closed Monday.

Business partners Tori Ammons, left, and Melissa Oglesbee have launched Nothing Fancy by Black Bear Outpost in downtown Enumclaw.

Business partners Tori Ammons, left, and Melissa Oglesbee have launched Nothing Fancy by Black Bear Outpost in downtown Enumclaw.

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