MadiJaks, a women’s clothing and accessories boutique, celebrated its one-year anniversary on Aug. 1. The boutique is located in downtown Roanoke at 400 S. Oak St., Ste. 110. With everything from dresses to boots to jeans, MadiJaks sells a wide variety of clothing. 817-965-0648. www.facebook.com/MadiJaksRoanoke
Downtown Roanoke boutique MadiJaks celebrates one year in business
Women’s clothing and accessories boutique MadiJaks in downtown Roanoke celebrated its one-year anniversary on Aug. 1. (Courtesy MadiJaks)
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