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Downtown Boutique Sercy To Close Its Doors In April

Sercy, a popular downtown boutique, announced it is closing its doors in April.

The store, which opened in fall 2014, was a source for gifts not only for students, but also for other members of the State College community – the shop sold candles, silk blankets, jewelry, and lotions. They are receiving the last shipment of new merchandise at the end of February.

The owners decided to close Sercy (formerly Access) after a combined 18 years in business, according to a statement released from the Sercy Facebook page. They thanked customers for their patronage over the years, and also announced steep discounts approaching Sercy’s final days, beginning with 20 percent off everything in the store.

The statement on Facebook indicated Sercy will be replaced by Zillo Clean, an in-house cleaning service that will cater to the State College area.

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