Triple Blessed Boutique to Open on Broken Bow City Square

Triple Blessed Boutique to Open on Broken Bow City Square
(L-R) Bailey Tebow and Jamie Eberle set to open Triple Blessed Boutique on Thursday

BROKEN BOW—Family has been the driving force behind a new boutique scheduled to open in the Broken Bow city square on Thursday. Local women Jamie Eberle and Bailey Tebow have known each other for about two years and have dreamed of opening a store. Both women bring with them retail, merchandising, graphic design, and clothing experience to Triple Blessed Boutique.

Triple Blessed is located at 817 South D Street on the north side of the square, in the former My Kloset location. Grand opening celebrations will take place on Thursday (May 17) from 3 to 8 p.m., Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Giveaways, prizes, and discounts will be available during the grand opening.

Jamie Eberle and Bailey Tebow said things just clicked when it came time to open the boutique. The location, timing, experience, and family all lined up in order for the ladies to open up Triple Blessed–which focuses on women and children’s clothing.

“It was definitely important for us to have children’s clothes. We wanted something that was different. We wanted something that people could come shop locally,” Bailey Tebow said.

Bailey and her husband Tyler have one child and Jamie and her husband Troy have three kids. Jamie said the name “Triple Blessed” comes from the fact that they have been blessed with three children. She said everyone’s journey to parenthood is different but the final outcome is beautiful, prompting the boutique’s tagline that “different is beautiful.”

Families and children fueled their motivation to focus on comfortable clothing for women and children.

“I like comfort. You’ve got to be comfortable when you’re a mom and moving and going,” Jamie Eberle said.

The two ladies will also feature a broad range of women’s clothing sizes, accessories, shoes, purses, sunglasses, jewelry dishes, trinkets, mugs, gifts, and collegiate wear. Jamie said the store will also design and create graphic tees.

“We’d just love to bring as much to Broken Bow as possible, you know, as much as we can fit in here but we want people to have options and incorporate as many people as possible,” Tebow said.

Triple Blessed has involved other small companies that hand make children’s clothes to support their families, again emphasizing their passion for children and families.

“We’ve incorporated moms. We have clothes that are made by moms and that’s how they support their families. You’re not only supporting our families, but then you’re supporting those other families that are making those clothes,” Eberle said.

Tebow and Eberle appreciate the support of other local businesses, family, and friends who have helped get the store ready. They said the process has been quick but has been exciting to watch it come together. The ladies hope to be in the square long term and are eager to welcome everyone to the Triple Blessed Boutique grand opening this week.