Step into Little Sure Thing and you are greeted with a carefully curated selection of “little sure things” for the home. Owners, Eva and Jason Yue recently opened this lifestyle concept boutique at 102 Main Street, Port Washington and received grants as new merchants and for new signage from the Port Washington B.I.D. The Port Washington B.I.D. supports creative entrepreneurs like Eva and Jason as they build their small business within the Business District.
Eva and Jason Yue explain their inspiration to open a business in Port Washington, saying, “Nestled in the heart of Port Washington, we want to build a neighborhood home goods store for local residents who seek to infuse their living spaces with unique and timeless elegance. Customers are greeted by a vast array of meticulously curated items, ranging from handmade tableware and practical kitchenware to elegant decor and cozy lifestyle merchandise. Little Sure Thing caters to diverse tastes, providing a delightful shopping experience for those looking to transform their houses into homes.”
“We are pleased to support the owners of Little Sure Thing as they provide a collection of unique and fun items which are great for gift giving or for your own home,” says Holly Byrne, Executive Director of the B.I.D. “Little Sure Thing brings variety and choices for shoppers and is easily accessible to the LIRR.”
Visit Little Sure Thing in person at 102 Main Street, Port Washington, or visit their on-line store at https://littlesurething.com/.
Eligible businesses, both new and established within the defined business district can apply for grants for funding to assist with costs of improvements to the façade and/or signage at the place of business. Guidelines and applications, along with additional resources for business owners, can be found on the Port Washington B.I.D. website under the Business Resource heading. Inquiries can also be directed to the Port Washington B.I.D. Office at 516-883-8890.
About the Port Washington Business Improvement District
The Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District (B.I.D.) is committed to improving the economic and business health of the Port Washington commercial area through marketing, promotions, physical improvements and enhanced municipal services for all those who live, work and visit our community.
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