Tuxedo Junction has a new look, and owner Dan Distel is working to put on the final touches.
"I'm still situating things to get them in the right places," he said. "Everybody said they liked it. I've been trying to get everybody to come in and give me their comments."
The downtown store suffered water damage during last fall's heavy rains, and Distel said the landlord decided it was time to remodel. Walls have been painted, and the carpet and dressing rooms have been replaced.
Distel said his store has been in business since 1983, downtown since 1992 and its present building since 1995.
Distel said he started the business because he was a member of a wedding party, "and I couldn't believe how much they were charging for tuxedoes. I don't believe people should have to take out a small loan to get married."
Distel said the key to his business is good customer service. He's available when his customers are.
"Whenever they're ready to look, all they have to do is give me a call and I can be there in five minutes," he said. "I'm there for them."