1991 was a year that saw many different changes in the landscape of time and history. Operation Desert Storm brought global conflict to the news wires, the grunge explosion reshaped the landscape of popular music, and Pittsburgh saw the emergence of talent come to fruition as Mario Lemieux led the Penguins to their first Stanley Cup.
Also in 1991, Carleen McKee opened up Cohill Fashions in the College Hill section of Beaver Falls, and they are celebrating 30 years of providing loyal service to their customers throughout multiple generations.
McKee spoke with Matt Drzik on A.M. Beaver County about the landscape of opening up the shop back in 1991, and how the aforementioned Operation Desert Storm played a timely crucial role in kickstarting Cohill Fashions’ long run of success. She spoke about some of the loyal and most memorable customers she’s encountered over the last three decades, and how she promotes smaller design lines that aren’t offered in many of the “bigger” clothing stores around.
The perseverance and innovation of Cohill Fashions and the drive of Carleen McKee will be celebrated with a two-day Anniversary Sale located at the store on 3508 4th Avenue on College Hill in Beaver Falls. There will be snacks and treats for the customers along with “almost deals” that the staff will be offering on their various brands of clothing and jewelry. The fun begins on Friday, April 30, at 10:00 AM.
To watch the full interview with Matt & Carleen, click on the Facebook feed below!