By Margaret Jackson / NewsBreak Denver
(Denver, Colo.) Ethiopian leather goods brand Parker Clay, a B-Corp with a mission to uplift at-risk women, is the newest retail tenant at Downtown Denver’s Dairy Block.
The new store, in Dairy Block’s Free Market retail collective, is Parker Clay’s third brick-and-mortar location in the United States. It highlights the brand’s focus on customer connection with an end goal of strengthening the business’s broader community.
“We could not be more thrilled to be in such great company at the Free Market and be a part of the Dairy Block group of businesses,” Parker Clay Co-Founder and Chief Compliance Officer Brittany Bentley said. “We have a responsibility to the women in Ethiopia to bring our message of impact and the products we’ve created together to a larger audience, and Denver felt like the perfect fit for our next retail expansion.”
Parker Clay’s grand opening celebration is March 11-12 and coincides with International Women’s Month. Shoppers who visit the store will receive a gift with purchase and a first look at the expanding impact wall. With every purchase, Parker Clay shares the direct impact shoppers have on the women of Ethiopia, which customers can display on the wall.
Parker Clay’s other locations are in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo, Calif. The new location highlights Parker Clay’s focus on customer connection and the end goal of strengthening the Parker Clay community.
Free Market is a collective that develops and markets curated products and services and experiences by combining incubator strategy with artistic understanding.