The Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth has spiffed up its non-art amenities. The museum store has been renovated to include a cafe, a children’s section and the usual art-inspired scarves and neckties. For its grand re-opening, from September 9-11 the store will be luring in new customers with discounts. According to retail mamager Kevin Aldridge, “the space is not only remodeled, it’s re-imagined.” Don’t miss the teak wood accents and cork flooring!
also by Bill Davenport
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