Hello everyone (and TGIF)!
I bet everyone reading this knows of an event that has been postponed or canceled due to COVID-19. Whether it’s a wedding or a prom, many ceremonies have fallen victim to the pandemic. But now that we’re all vaccinated and refreshed, larger gatherings are making a comeback.
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As it is wedding season we visited Tuxedo House today, a 112 year old business in Timonium. With the largest tuxedo inventory in the area, you can only imagine how it and other formal menswear shops slammed shut as in-person parties and ceremonies resumed.
Owner Scott Furman took us behind the scenes to see the 8,000-square-foot warehouse filled with thousands of clothing items. Furman estimates he has already booked about 1,000 events by New Year’s Day. This will likely mean a busy weekend for many for this local business.
How do you dress so many people? It boils down to logistics. But it also depends on customers preparing ahead of time for their special occasions.
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“A lady called yesterday for an event in April 2023 because she didn’t want to be disfellowshipped,” Furman said.
Get this: There’s a graduation party or prom every weekend between now and mid-June. So, seniors, don’t wait until the last minute to don your tuxedo. Otherwise, you may find a significantly smaller selection.
Definitely if you are looking for a tuxedo, Don’t hesitate to browse the Tuxedo House website and check out the threads they have in stock.
– Martin B
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https://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2022/04/15/wheres-marty-tuxedo-house-timonium/ Where’s Marty? Check out the threads at Tuxedo House in Timonium – CBS Baltimore