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Pottery Place celebrates its third birthday

Published 10:00am Wednesday, September 26, 2012

ASHLAND, Ky. -— The Pottery Place is celebrating its third birthday and hosting a special celebration to thank customers for their support.

“We’re so excited to be able to celebrate with our wonderful customers,” Laya Hutchison, owner of The Pottery Place, said. “We wouldn’t be where we are today without our loyal painters.”

On Sunday, customers can spin a prize wheel at checkout to earn discount, painters can have cupcakes, and enter to win one of three drawings that day.

“In our fast paced world, we love that we can give families a place to create memories, Hutchison said. “We are thankful for all the relationships we have gained through the years.”

The Pottery Place’s original location opened in Huntington in September 2009. The all-inclusive paint-your-own pottery studio now has three locations (Huntington, W.Va., Ashland, Ky., and Beckley, W.Va.) and is in the process of opening its fourth location in Charleston, W.Va.

For more information about The Pottery Place, visit their website at

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