Small Business Spotlight: FRESH INK

Upchurch still excited by invitations

by Laura Smith

Published: May 26,2011

Tags: Elizabeth Upchurch, FRESH INK, Small Business Spotlight

After six years of owning Fresh Ink, the Jackson stationery, invitation and gift shop, Elizabeth Upchurch still gasps when she gets a beautiful invitation in the mail. That’s because occasionally, Upchurch won’t get to see a project from creation to fruition. “I will just gasp when I see it. People get so many things in […]

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