Beans & Co Boutique Ribbon Cutting
ARDMORE – The Greater Ardmore Chamber held a ribbon cutting for the grand opening of Bean & Co Boutique. Bean & Co is a family-owned business that offers women’s boutique clothing in a variety of styles, jewelry, and accessories. They offer sizes from X-small to 3XL. The owners are Briana Springer and Jaclee Wurtz.
They decided to open a store front in Ardmore because they are residents of Limestone County and want to keep business local. They felt this was a good fit for them because Ardmore is a tight-knit community, and they are supportive of their local businesses.
Briana’s father, Yogi Wurtz, was in the Army for 23 years which meant she lived in a variety of places growing up. Briana is the daughter of Marilyn Dyer Wurtz and Yogi (Jaclee) Wurtz. She graduated from Bob Jones High School in 2012 and married her high school sweetheart, Adam Springer, in 2021. They have lived in the Ardmore area for four years with their three dogs, Duke, Dallas, & Dakota.
Jaclee is married to Briana’s father, Yogi Wurtz, and they live in Elkmont, Alabama. Jaclee grew up in the Elkmont area and is a graduate of Elkmont High School. Jaclee is the daughter of Freddie Puckett and Janice Miller. She has a daughter, Lindsey, and two step-children, Briana and her brother, Zach Wurtz. Together, Jaclee and Yogi have six grandchildren.
When asked what they feel we should know about their business that we may not know they referenced Proverbs 22:1 – “A good name is to be chosen rather than great riches, and favor is better than silver or gold.” They love to help women feel empowered and beautiful in their own skin. They guarantee they have something for women, no matter what season of life they are in.
Bean & Co Boutique is open Monday-Friday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM and Saturday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM and closed on Sunday. They can also be found online 24/7 at Beancoboutique.com and offer local in-store pick-up and shipping.