Stitch ’Em Up owner Anthony Ghotti and his family at their Feb. 19 grand-opening ceremony. (Contributed)

SOLEDAD — Soledad Merchants hosted a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony Feb. 19 for Stitch ’Em Up Embroidery, a new screen printing and embroidery business located at 157 Kidder St., Suite B, in Soledad.

The business offers embroidery, custom apparel and prints, flags, banners, decals and stickers, among other products.

Stitch ’Em Up owner Anthony Ghotti and family received support from the Soledad Merchants, City of Soledad Community and Development Department and the nonprofit Pajaro CDC.

Special guests at the grand opening included Tencia Vargas from the Community and Development Department, Mayor Anna Velasquez, City Councilmember and Soledad Merchants Co-Founder Maria Corralejo, Soledad Merchants Co-Founder Frank Corralejo and Vinicio Vides from Pajaro CDC.

“Stitch ’Em Up Embroidery fills a big need. Soledad and South County residents won’t have to travel far for professional custom apparel and accessories,” according to Soledad Merchants. “As we work with Stitch ’Em Up Embroidery and other upcoming businesses, we are excited to see that we have a variety of businesses coming to Soledad that will fill in gaps in local and South County needs.”

Soledad Merchants, city officials and others join Stitch ’Em Up owner Anthony Ghotti and staff for the ribbon cutting on Feb. 19. (Contributed)
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Ryan Cronk is the managing editor for King City Rustler and Salinas Valley Tribune, a unified publication of Greenfield News, Soledad Bee and Gonzales Tribune. He covers general news for South Monterey County and the surrounding communities.


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