Pandora’s Piercings expands on Main Street Grand Junction with bigger, better shop
Main Street in historic downtown Grand Junction just got a lil’ funkier.
Pandora’s Piercings — a decade-old, family-owned business — moved to 418 Main St. just last week.
According to owner Jennifer White, the new Pandora’s location is far more spacious than her last spot at the corner of North Avenue and 25th Street.
“It’s was 1,200 square feet before, and now we have just over 3,000,” she said.
That means there’s lots more room for clothing in the front of her store, with piercing done by White and her husband/co-owner Marshall Stoddard in back.
“We’re more than just body jewelry,” White noted, though her piercing chair may see anywhere from 24 to 40 people a day.
Pandora’s Piercing also boasts a variety of clothing — everything from winter scarves, purses and belly dancing clothes to rave wear, sundresses and more.
“We carry a little bit of everything,” White said, “and the prices are wallet-friendly.”
Clothing prices range from $8-20, with some dresses costing a little bit more. Piercings range from $30-60, with basic jewelry included in that price. Discounts are offered on upgraded jewelry with a piercing if a client desires something a little flashier right off the bat.
“We pierce everything,” White added, from the more common nose and bellybutton piercings, to dermal piercings, nipples and jewelry for “down south.”
To accommodate those clients who need privacy for a piercing, White also said her shop offers a curtained station in addition to two open piercing chairs.
Originally from California, White has lived in Grand Junction for 12 years and she has two children with her husband, Stoddard.
“With our kids, it’s so nice to be downtown so they can enjoy all the fun stuff down here,” White said. “It can’t get much better than being here.”
For more information, visit http://www.pandoraspiercing.com or call 970-243-8561.
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