Vestavia Hills Living


Official magazine published by the Vestavia Hills Chamber of Commerce for the City of Vestavia Hills which details the quality of life, education, shopping and lifestyle of Vestavia Hills.

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Mary gloves and hats (made from recycled sweaters in York, Maine), and Caren Original skin care (which was originally formulated for cancer patients). When Self heard the news that Fancy Goods had been selected as a Business of the Year, she was "very" surprised, she says. "We consider ourselves just one of so many excellent retailers in Vestavia Hills. We love the Chamber and attend every luncheon and as many events as we possibly can." In addition, Fancy Goods also participates in fundraisers for Vestavia Hills schools, such as the Fall Festival at Vestavia Hills Elementary East. For the past three years, the store has donated more than $500 worth of toys for the event's general store. But Self doesn't just make a donation; she closes the store early that day to work the festival "and we have so much fun watching the children pick out their toys," she says. After five years in business, Self says she can't imagine living or working anywhere else but Vestavia Hills. "We love living and having a business in Vestavia Hills because of the wonderful people that live here and shop with us," she says. "We receive so much loyalty and support from our customers, as well as from the Chamber. We have the finest Chamber, city leadership, emergency personnel and neighbors." Leslie Self 2 0 1 7 v e s tav i a h i l l s l i v i n g 27

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