Little Rock’s business owner takes her shop to the street


It’s an idea new to Arkansas. Instead of going to a physical store or shopping online, the store can now come to you, fully stocked and on the go.

LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas – A business owner from Little Rock started to think outside the box and decided to bring her business right to your doorstep.

Jasmine Wiggins owns the Miracle Creations Mobile Boutique – a refurbished bus she has used to open a clothing store that can go anywhere.

Wiggins and her father gutted the bus to start fresh. They built a fitting room, clothes racks and a bench for customers.

She also owns and operates one Online shopbut one day an idea came to her.

“In the vision, I saw myself interacting with people on a bus, so I told myself I’d take that idea and go with it,” Wiggins explained.

And so far, she’s succeeded—for the past month, she’s been driving her mobile boutique through central Arkansas.

She hopes to work with other small businesses to help other owners come up with new ideas.

“… partying and sipping and painting and different things like that to get the bus out and let people shop,” Wiggins said.

With her mobile boutique, she wants to meet Arkansans wherever they are and give them an experience they’ve never had before.

“Being able to talk to people. Being able to talk to them and interact with them instead of online,” Wiggins said.

You can contact Jasmine to see her store about her Facebook site or on her website.


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