Procure by the Women’s Creative, a St. Louis-based brand and storefront, will expand into the Tampa Bay market early next month with its second U.S. location in the historic Hyde Park Village neighborhood. The new type of shopping experience provides retail as a service for dozens of female-owned businesses and will open its doors on Saturday, April 1 at 734 S. Village Circle.
After experiencing success in St. Louis with Procure in 2022, The Women’s Creative will launch its retail concept in Tampa to create opportunity for local women-owned, product-based businesses to showcase their products. The shop will be a curated collection of gifts, accessories, homegoods and skincare primarily from local and Florida-based businesses.
“The Women’s Creative is thrilled to bring Procure to Tampa to celebrate and grow the incredible work that so many local women are doing,” said Cristina Weaver, co-creator of The Women’s Creative and a Tampa native. “Procure and Tampa both hold a special place in my heart, and I look forward to giving female creators in my hometown a place to sell and connect with our community. We can’t wait to welcome you into our space to shop, attend events and feel lifted by the amazing creativity of our partner brands.”
Procure Tampa will celebrate women-owned businesses
“Procure will be a fantastic addition to Hyde Park Village as it adds to our strong mix of both women-owned and locally-owned businesses all while highlighting dozens of talented female creators and their works. We cannot wait to introduce guests to this exciting new concept,” says Sarah Moore, Senior Marketing Manager of Hyde Park Village.
Procure will collaborate with more than three dozen women-owned businesses to bring awareness to their brands and products in the dedicated storefront. Notable partners include Melissa Koby, creator of MKobyArt, which has been featured in Target, West Elm, YSL’s Skincare line and more, and leSucre—Tampa Magazine’s 2021 and 2022 “Best Candle Company” winner. Curated collections will include fine, handcrafted jewelry, art prints, wellness products, childrens clothings and gifts, handmade candles, blankets and pillows, bags, accessories, gourmet packaged food items and more.
Procure will be open from 10am-8pm Monday through Saturday and 12pm-5pm on Sunday. To learn more, visit their website or follow @shopprocuretpa on Instagram.
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