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Doniphan County Chamber of Commerce welcomes new retail business, Queen Bee Customs, in Highland

HIGHLAND, KS – On Friday, June 3, the Doniphan County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony in Highland for new retail business, Queen Bee Customs.

Erika Jenkins owns and operates the retail shop, with her husband Zach, located inside of Jo’s Place hair salon at 423 W. Main Street in Highland, KS. Queen Bee Customs offers uniquely curated clothing and accessories, home décor, custom furniture by Zach and handmade jewelry by Erika. Give them a call at 785-850-8835 for a consultation for a custom furniture piece to fit your style.

Stop by their shop Tuesday-Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday 12 – 5 p.m. Find more information and see pictures of their items on Queen Bee Customs’ Facebook page.

L to R: Marty Allen, Chamber President, Kinsey Boller, Rainbow Communications, Theresa Rohrer, Chamber Vice President, Erika Jenkins, owner, Zach Jenkins, Teresa McAnerney, Jessica Studer, Leah B. Johnson, Doniphan County Economic Development Director and Joyce Simpson.
Chamber President, Marty Allen, presents Queen Bee Customs Owner Erika Jenkins with a new business certificate