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Published on March 23rd, 2016 | by Shelby Rayburn

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Holli’s Sweet Tooth to Remain Open in New Location

Good news from the Oxford Square today as Holli Ratcliffe, owner of local favorite candy store Holli’s Sweet Tooth, has announced that in lieu of closing her store as she had previously declared, she will sell her store to Jason and Cathy Lowe and Brad and Meghan Feltenstein.

Via a Facebook post, Ratcliffe had this to say about the sale of Holli’s Sweet Tooth:

Holli’s Sweet Tooth will stay OPEN!

It is with great pleasure and excitement that I announce today that Holli’s Sweet Tooth has a future in Oxford! A solution has been prayed over for months and the Lord has orchestrated the details beautifully. New owners Jason and Cathy Lowe and Brad and Meghan Feltenstein will take over the business operations in May. We will have a temporary time of closing and plan to re-open in late June with Meghan Feltenstein as the new manager at a surprise location, remaining in Downtown Oxford. Theresa Champion Holley will be starting her new position at Kelli’s Cakes and Confections!

The Lowes and Feltensteins have a big heart for community and the same vision as Theresa Champion Holley and I have had regarding the store. This is truly a blessing for everyone.

Thank you Oxford for making Holli’s what it has become today, and for fighting for us to stay open… you all have humbled me with your support.

With Love (and candy),
Holli and Andrew Ratcliffe

Holli’s Sweet Tooth is currently located at 400 South Lamar Boulevard #C, just off the Oxford Square.

image courtesy of hollissweettooth.com

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About the Author

Shelby Rayburn is an Associate Editor and photographer at The Local Voice in Oxford, Mississippi, a 16 year veteran live sound engineer, and a Mississippi Master Gardener. He is a seventh generation Lafayette County native. He received his Bachelor of Arts in History from The University of Mississippi and a Master of Landscape Architecture from Mississippi State.



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