{ How we got here. Sandy and Wendy operate End of the Road Rustique

How we got here. Sandy and Wendy operate End of the Road Rustique

How we got here. Sandy and Wendy operate End of the Road Rustique
End of the Road Rustique was born out of two friends love for repurposed items.  Each person has their own talents and strengths creating different pieces of work but a common theme, rustic.   Sandy Day relocated from Southern California where she began her business creating rhinestone shirts (mostly baseball) and baseball cuffs (bracelets from baseballs) as she has sons who play baseball year around.  This hobby became a business and spread to other venues such as rodeos.  Wendy Wilfong has always been a salvager of furniture and wood and can see a completed project before she even touches her tools.  Wendy has done many vintage shows with her husband, Kyle and has lived in the area all their lives. End-of-the-Road-01 Sandy and Wendy often attended the same events and this friendship formed a discussion about opening a store which would showcase their unique items but also give an opportunity to local artists looking for a store venue to sell their items.  The dream became real on January 8, 2016 when End of the Road Rustique opened its doors just in time for the Chelan Winterfest.    This business venture has been exciting for them both and can't wait to meet you as one of their new friends.

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