That’s a wrap: Retailer returns to downtown OKC with new gift store

Published Thursday, May 10, 2018
by Molly M. Fleming

Londall Guyse is excited to be back with his retail family from the First National Center.

Guyse spent six years as the buyer for the former Story of Hope, the store that benefited Feed the Children. The store occupied about 8,000 square feet in the historic bank building. It closed in 2015.

Guyse left downtown and opened My Chic Geek in Warr Acres with his wife, Dawn. The store was in an old house at 4413 N. Meridian Ave. When the house sold and the lease was up, the Guyses wanted a new place for their store.

He looked at downtown.

“This was home,” he said. “I’ve been wanting to get down here for the last three years.”

Guyse is opening MCG Gifts in the Robinson Renaissance building in June. He’ll have about 1,000 square feet on the second floor’s south side, next to the Downtown OKC Tag Agency and Gina’s Master Tailor.

Read the full article on The Journal Record.

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