Paint-N-Play Settling Into New Location
The paint-your-own ceramic business didn't move far, but it's an exciting change switching to a Main Street location.
It wasn’t a long move for Sherry Spada. But it’s an exciting one nonetheless.
Spada, the owner of Paint-N-Play opted about two months ago to move the business from Square One Plaza on Lowell Street to the plaza located at 668 Main Street.
“We’ve only been here about eight weeks, but we get a lot more walk-ins over here,” said Spada. “It’s busier here, it’s a much better location and it’s about 300 square feet bigger.”
In addition to a spacious feeling entrance and main area of the building, the new location also features a more open design and space for storage and an office.
“It’s laid out better, and it flows better,” said Spada, who said she does face one challenge following the move. “A lot of people don’t even know that we’ve moved, so that’s the biggest thing. They go to the old spot and then realize where we are.”
Despite the new location, the promotions at Paint-N-Play remain very much the same.
The business offers ‘Tween Night, Ladies’ Night, field trips, birthday parties and many other activities.
Spada said another benefit of the new location is soon to come once the town begins to develop Yentile Farm, located in Paint-N-Play’s new back yard.
“With Yentile Farm, they’re going to clean up that property so it’s great for business owners,” said Spada. “This will be the hot spot to be over here."