Present Perfect Underground is open for the holidays, staffed by a magnificent seven

Present Perfect Underground Ed Kuhlman and Mary Rossing, Present Perfect Underground Present Perfect Underground 
As part of Small Business Saturday (Nfld Patch article), I stopped by Present Perfect Underground yesterday. The shop ("vintage stuff, antiques, furniture, old buttons" says the sign) is located in the lower level of 310 Division St., underneath the Fine Craft Collective

Ed Kuhlman and Mary Rossing were the beauties on duty, but other proprietors are Barb Kuhlman, Tom Buettell, Pam Curry, Jessica Paxton, Jen Severtsgaard, and Mary Titus.

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3 comments to Present Perfect Underground is open for the holidays, staffed by a magnificent seven

  • 1
    Megan Tsui says:

    What a great example of a pop-up business! I can’t wait to stop by….

  • 2

    I told Mary it was a little like Brigadoon. Hope everyone stops by before it vanishes into the mists.

  • 3
    Mary Rossing says:

    Thanks for the great coverage and encouraging comments on our pop-up store! We have already had very good traffic and people love the underground cozy feel. Please stop by for a beverage and a treat tonight, Thursday December 1, at our open house, 4-8pm. Tom, Mary, Ed, Mary, Pam and perhaps Jessica will be there to greet you!

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