Christian Pitts, Red Rooster Antiques and Salvage owner, was selected as business woman of the week.
Pitts also held a ribbon cutting at her business Saturday, March 4, to celebrate the one year
anniversary of Red Rooster.
Pitts opened Red Rooster in the old Moody’s Home Sales building, and now has expanded her business to the upstairs of the building.
Pitts carries a variety of items including antiques, salvaged items, collectables, soaps, cards, candles, up-cycled pieces, Dixie Belle Paint and gift certificates.
Pitts will be adding milk paints and essential oils to her shop soon too.
“The secret to my success are my terrific friends,” said Pitts.
Pitts was born and raised in Southern Mississippi, but moved to West Virginia in 2009.
“We have a lot of unique items, that you can’t find anywhere else,” said Pitts.
Red Rooster carries a variety of items made my local crafters, makers and antique collectors in the area.
“I like to keep things local, to help our economy, when it is down,” said Pitts.
Another added factor to Red Rooster, that opened in
conjunction with the Ribbon Cutting is an attached shop called Dragon Moon Creations, owned by Pam Williams. Williams makes soaps, lotions, bath bombs, candles and room sprays.
William’s products have no color to them. “Fragrance doesn’t have a color” is her slogan.
Red Rooster is located at 2270 U.S. Highway 33 W, in Pricetown and is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m., to 6 p.m.
Dragon Moon Creations is open at that location inside of Red Rooster Thursday through Saturday from 10 a.m., to 5 p.m.