Retail business briefs for Feb. 20

Retail business briefs for Feb. 20
Published: February 20, 2014
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Window shopping

Shop serves coffee, tea

All About Cha, a new coffee and tea shop will host a grand opening event 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Feb. 27 at 7300 N Western Ave. The new shop is on the south corner of the Nichols Hills Crossing shopping center at NW 73rd and Western. All About Cha also serves full breakfast, lunch, dinner and desserts.

Del Taco helps Moore schools

Fast food chain Del Taco has made a $3,530 donation the Moore Public School District’s “Rising from the Storm” fund, which supports the rebuilding efforts of the district after the May 2013 tornado. Prior to opening, Del Taco’s new Moore location committed to donating 10 percent of the first three days sales to the fund. “The donation is going to be very helpful as we move forward,” said Moore Public Schools Superintendent Robert Romines. “We guarantee we will be able to spend the money for recovery efforts, and feel very fortunate to have Del Taco as part of the Moore Public Schools family. We’re glad they are here.”

Retailers to close doors

Oklahoma City retailers Scentchips and The Crimson Cupboard at 11631 S Western will close March 8 after seven years in business. The store is offering a 50 percent off sale in advance of the closure.

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