Chuck?s House of Magic Moves After Halloween Fire

 

Chuck’s Employees Watch Fire

Halloween brought Chuck?s House of Magic not only the traditional increased sales, but also an electrical fire that destroyed the shop.  Chuck and Joyce Gruberman worked out of the Chuck?s House of Magic site since 1994 but after losing inventory and their store in the fire, the couple ran their business out of their home.

 

The couple will move the business once again when they move to a new storefront in Homewood, Illinois.  They?ll take on the former location of Laura?s of Homewood, the women?s apparel store that recently moved to another location. 

 

Their old shop had more than 13,000 square feet of selling space and storage but their new location has just over 3,700 square feet ? sort of a multum in parvo but using magic merchandise instead of magician?s milk.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Gruberman wanted to be open before the Christmas season was complete but it does not look like that will happen. 

 

We wish the couple the best of luck and hope Inside Magic readers in the Homewood, Illinois area will stop by once Chuck?s opens in their new location.

 

You can read about Chuck?s House of Magic in a Chicago Tribune article titled, ?Businesses Serve Communities with Class? by clicking here

 

Visit Chuck?s House of Magic?s website here.

 

Chuck’s Employees Watch Fire

Halloween brought Chuck?s House of Magic not only the traditional increased sales, but also an electrical fire that destroyed the shop.  Chuck and Joyce Gruberman worked out of the Chuck?s House of Magic site since 1994 but after losing inventory and their store in the fire, the couple ran their business out of their home.

 

The couple will move the business once again when they move to a new storefront in Homewood, Illinois.  They?ll take on the former location of Laura?s of Homewood, the women?s apparel store that recently moved to another location. 

 

Their old shop had more than 13,000 square feet of selling space and storage but their new location has just over 3,700 square feet ? sort of a multum in parvo but using magic merchandise instead of magician?s milk.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Gruberman wanted to be open before the Christmas season was complete but it does not look like that will happen. 

 

We wish the couple the best of luck and hope Inside Magic readers in the Homewood, Illinois area will stop by once Chuck?s opens in their new location.

 

You can read about Chuck?s House of Magic in a Chicago Tribune article titled, ?Businesses Serve Communities with Class? by clicking here

 

Visit Chuck?s House of Magic?s website here.

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