Rosie’s Emporium celebrates business expansion

October 18, 2019

Visiting Rosie’s Emporium new store in Lisburn Square, Alderman Allan Ewart MBE, Chairman of Development Committee congratulated proprietor Rosaleen Stewart on her business expansion.

After three successful years in Haslems Lane, Rosie’s Emporium has flourished due to the popularity of Lisburn city centre so Rosaleen has identified larger premises to continue her business growth.

Alderman Allan Ewart MBE said: “It is great to see this independent business thrive in the city centre in which Rosaleen serves the needs of the local community. Rosaleen’s story is testament to the fact that Lisburn city centre is certainly open for business. I would like to congratulate Rosaleen on her achievements to date and wish her every success for the future.”

Rosaleen added: “I am delighted to have the opportunity to invest in a new location within Lisburn city centre as Rosie’s Emporium outgrew its Haslems Lane unit.  Our expansion is down to our regular and new customers and our ever increasing product range.  We really have something different to offer customers. I have sourced products from Pinocchio’s homeland, Bartolcci handmade wooden clocks and figures, Nursery Time baby clothes and accessories to include a premature range.

“We also have Big Jigs wooden educational toys, a Harvest Festival range leading us into Halloween, wax melts and burners, children’s toys and photo frames. There is something for everyone and I am so grateful to all my customers for supporting me and I hope our bright new shop will compliment other independent businesses in the area.”