Victory Sewing hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Nov. 9 in conjunction with the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce to celebrate its membership with the chamber.
Owner Kim Stephens welcomed customers, friends, chamber staff, board members, ambassadors, members and people from the community.
“I’m so thankful to my customers,” Stephens said. “It brings me great joy to complete the unique projects given to me. I also enjoy creating my own items for sale.”
She went on to share samples of her work, including a personalized apron she created that features adjustable straps to accommodate all sizes.
Victory Sewing specializes in personalization of various objects including leather vests, military items, keepsakes and clothing.
Much of the business’ work is on display to spark ideas and offer examples of design options.
Also on display are items for sale, such as military-print handbags, clothing, pillows and hats.
“We welcome you to the chamber,” said Daniel Clark, incoming vice chairman of the chamber board of directors. “We are here for you and support your growing business.”
Those in attendance took part in a raffle sponsored by Victory Sewing and sampled homemade Korean cuisine. Guests were invited to browse through available designs, and tours of the facility were conducted.
Victory Sewing is at 445 E.G. Miles Parkway, Suite 101, in Hinesville.