New Openings: CEO’s Men's Boutique
CEO's Boutique is a new addition to the men's fashion scene in Mississauga, offering a boutique style shopping experience in Port Credit.
Shane Nembhard, sole proprietor, has been in the retail business for over 13 years. He's worked in big brand name stores such as Tommy Hilfiger, Nike and Foot Locker. His concept of boutique style shopping for men took off a year ago after he realized that the level of service he desires is somewhat lacking on most retail floors.
CEO's Boutique took over the Rogers store along Lakeshore in Port Credit and Nembhard says he chose Mississauga because, "the population is growing and men need their own boutique store in this area."
The acronym CEO stands for Creative Expression of Style. Nembhard offers next level service for men looking for smart casual menswear that could easily transition from "dress down Fridays to out with the fellas after work."
CEO's Boutique is the perfect place to shop for a man who knows style and rocks labels. CEO's specializes in men's fashion and accessories and carries exclusive hand-picked labels and Canadian designer brands such as MEMBERS ONLY, KING APPAREL, DEFEND PARIS, Vitaly and sully wong.
The boutique setting and focus on customer service offers a refreshing style of shopping for men and the women who are shopping for them. After-hours shopping is available by appointment, as well as home delivery if you see something you like online and can't make it into the store.
“I want to make an impact in the city of Mississauga to let people know in the west side of GTA that they don’t have to go downtown [Toronto] to shop.”
What’s Up and Coming? Grand opening sometime in the spring. New brands and seasonal selections.
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