Seakers II, a small business specializing in upcycling, recently opened the doors of its new location at the entrance to Cape Cod on Cranberry Highway. This unique shop carries items made by local artisans and offers custom-painted furniture, antiques, handmade gifts, and fun art. Their mission is to provide upcycling ideas, inspiration, and services for any furniture, giving a second life and new function to items no longer in use. The finished product often becomes more practical, valuable, and beautiful than it previously was.
Despite its exciting new location, Seakers II has had a hard time attracting traffic. The small business recently posted a message on social media asking for feedback, stating:
“Serious question here: when you need a quick gift, where do you go? What are you looking for? Is price your motivator or is it the item? Do you feel more cautious about what you are buying because of the economy? I see alot of people going out to dinner still but I don’t see many out at small businesses. Just wondering what your thoughts are and what we as small business owners can do better to accommodate you. And I can honestly say that I’m having a hard time at the new location and may have to close my doors. If you think I can do something better, please let me know. Thank you in advance.”
Those who visit Seakers II will be amazed by the fun store filled with unique and beautifully repurposed items. Customers can even also bring their own furniture for upcycling! Seakers II offers a variety of services and ideas to help customers create a one-of-a-kind piece for their home or office.
Seakers II’s commitment to upcycling and sustainability is not only good for the environment but also for the community. By repurposing items and giving them a new life, Seakers II is reducing waste while supporting local artisans.
If you’re in the area, be sure to stop by Seakers II at 3065 Cranberry Highway in East Wareham and see what they have to offer. You might just find the perfect gift or a unique piece of furniture for your home. Plus, by supporting this small business, you’ll be helping to support the local economy too!
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