Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Company founder Maureen Anders (left) and Belmont shop co-owner Ryann Fairweather cut the ribbon at the grand opening for AR Workshop Belmont, with (from left) Chamber Board Chair-elect Carey Roberts of Carey Roberts Design, Belmont City Council member Ryan Schrift of RJ Schrift Private Asset Management, Belmont Mayor Charlie Martin, Ryann's husband Scott Fairweather, and Chamber Board member Melia Lyerly of Lyerly Agency. In the photo below are Maureen Anders and Ryann Fairweather.
AR Workshop has grown to 55 locations in 18 months
AR Workshop founder Maureen Anders and co-owner of the Belmont shop Ryann Fairweather welcomed a large crowd of Chamber members and friends to their grand opening at 65 Glenway Street. Guests were impressed by the large variety of home decor and craft items that can be created and/or purchased in the shop.
AR Workshop offers an extensive schedule of DIY (do-it-yourself) workshops at which participants can design and make their own creations, such as pillow-print painting, building Lazy Susans and making plank wood signs. Also offered are special custom-designed events for groups booking birthday parties, club events, workshops, ladies' nights and more. The shop provides the necessary tools, materials and instruction to help even beginners through a project.
Maureen Anders and co-founder Adria Ruff started AR Workshop as an online business in 2010. Their first brick-and-mortar location opened in Pineville just 18 months ago. Today, they have 55 franchise shops in 24 states. In addition to Belmont and Pineville, there's also an AR Workshop in Davidson and another opening soon in Myers Park.
For more on AR Workshop Belmont, call 704.967.4004, or visit www.ARWorkshop.com/belmont.