Local Company Expands to Wholesale Line

Tony and Marisol Gullo with their son Joshua. Photo by Brandan Babineaux Photography.

Not Too Shabby Boutique owners, Tony and Marisol Gullo, will be expanding their business into new territory in the new year, branching out into the wholesale marketplace. The Boutique was selected to display their new product line at the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market from January 14 – 18.

“It was time to move our business forward,” Marisol Gullo said. “We are so excited for this new adventure and are so grateful for the community support here and want to bring our one-of-a-kind products to new markets.”

Not Too Shabby Boutique is located in Santa Rosa Beach. Photo by Brandan Babineaux Photography.

The fast-paced market in Atlanta brings exhibitors and buyers together on a massive scale. The January Market will be home to nearly 1,400 permanent and 4,000 temporary booths in distinct, comprehensive product collections.

AmericasMart predicts visitors from every state and over 70 different countries will walk through their doors looking for the newest additions to their stores, homes and more.

“We were immediately drawn to Marisol’s art as a unique addition to our store’s offerings,” said Stacy Pritchett, owner of Mercantile in Seaside, who noted that the pieces have been quick best-sellers at the store.

“Our customers are drawn to the textures and calm colors in each piece and to how easily her pieces work in any home’s aesthetic. Her use of natural materials like oyster shells and pearls makes each piece even more interesting.”

Photo by Brandan Babineaux Photography.

Not Too Shabby Boutique’s 2,000-square-foot store is located at 3906 Hwy 98 W., Suite 31 in Santa Rosa Beach.

For more info, email kevin@poortruman.com or visit Not Too Shabby.