Southern Roots Fashion to close Franklin store

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Clothing boutique Southern Roots Fashion will close its Franklin location at 324 Liberty Pike, Ste. 140, Franklin as soon as next weekend, according to the owner. The store's original location is in Arley, Alabama. www.facebook.com/southernrootsonline
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