Worcester Wares to Roll Out New Merch on Nov. 1

 by Patrick SargentOctober 29, 2020

WORCESTER - Mark your calendars.

Worcester Wares is preparing an enormous holiday rollout of new items and merchandise for Sunday, Nov. 1.

The new merch includes a Kelley Square "Never Forget" t-shirt, a new "Worcester: City of Seven Hills" coffee mug, "Official Orson Fan Club" long sleeve t-shirts, a Worcester 2021 calendar, a "Worcester Forever" Christmas tree ornament, and many, many more.

Check Out Photos Below for New Worcester Wares Items Coming Nov. 1

Owner Jessica Walsh told ThisWeekinWorcester.com, "This Christmas season's success will determine the future of Worcester Wares - and many other businesses I'm sure - but we are hopeful and excited."

Walsh said the Worcester Public Market location will reopen the second week of November.

The DCU Center location on Commercial St. will remain closed through the rest of the year, but it will serve as a curbside pickup location and the Worcester Wares team will package and ship online orders from that location.

Keep an eye out on Worcester Wares' Instagram page here for more new items before Nov. 1 and check out what's available now at WorcesterWares.com.

 

 

 

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