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Thank You!

Big thanks for a big grand opening!

Our grand opening on June 11th 2022 saw a huge turnout, and we are super grateful for everyone who made it possible!

We would like to extend our thanks to everyone who helped out at the grand opening.

Thank you to our friends!

The old saying it takes a village to raise a child also applies to opening a business! We have had so many of our friends and family members pitch in to help in a variety of ways! We could not have done this without all their love and support.

We want to give a big shout out to some people who helped make our Grand Opening the success that it was, as well as the people who worked so hard helping our visions for the bookstore come to life!

Couples Catering

Couples Catering created a special menu for our Grand Opening!

Tap Truck

Tap Truck sold cold and refreshing drinks like Strawberry Lemonade, Mimosas, and Iced Coffee .

Events N Motion

This neat 360 photo booth brings your event to life! Her photo booth captures your memories N Motion. Email: EventsNMotion360@gmail.com

Madison

Madison created this image for our store as a senior at Steele High School. She patiently worked with us through multiple tweaks and edits to produce this lovely design for us.

Brett Wiggins

Brett studied digital marketing at The University of North Texas. He created the website and marketing material for Cibolo Chicks Bookstore.

Donna Gilliland

Donna created one of store images. She is a close family friend of Ceri's who currently lives in the Dallas area.

Kortney Wallace

This amazing talented lady created our store Logo! She has produced all of the vinyl work for the store.

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