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The Board Bin and Girl Street


726-1222 • 180 E. 4th Street, Ketchum

arin Reichow has owned the Board Bin and Girl Street in Ketchum for the past 24 years. Even though her background is in sales, bookkeeping, merchandising and buying, Karin says, “I actually have a degree in social work and had very little business background when we opened the store 24 years ago. “I have always had a good head for numbers, so figuring out the books came pretty naturally. Since we started out as more of a board sports shop, we were able to grow our selection of clothing and shoes hand in hand with the action sports industry. The growth and selection of both men’s and women’s soft goods within the board sports market has been huge since our early days in business. I get to pick out some really fun fashionable women’s pieces and at the same time stay true to our shop’s roots. “The Board Bin is unique in that we are able to offer something for everyone in the family. I love it when a mom brings her kid in for a skateboard or pair of pants and ends up buying a Free People dress or pair of Tom’s shoes for herself. I get to create the yang to balance the ample amount of yin that goes along with a board shop!” In her spare time, Karin enjoys snowboarding, camping, hiking, traveling and spending tws time with her kids.



725-1833 • 631 Second St., Ketchum

eborah Burns has been the owner of Burnsie’s for the past 12 years and has been an integral part of the community since 1979. She also serves on the Ketchum Planning and Zoning Commission, giving both her time and attention to the community. Prior to opening Burnsie’s, Deborah had a 10-year career in the movie business, returning to the Wood River Valley as a stylist for her friends and customers. Burnsie’s is synonymous with style. The store is all any Sun Valley girl needs. From chic workout wear to flirty party dresses and dazzling accessories, Burnise’s perfectly exemplifies the Sun Valley lifestyle. Burnsie’s is full of bright colors and great fabrics. From chiffon to natural fibers, it’s all about trendy resort wear. With an extensive denim selection, Burnise’s specializes in jeans that fit well and make you feel great—no matter what size or generation you are. On the exercise side, the trend is colorful

fabric in flattering silhouettes. These are gym clothes you’ll want to be seen in. In her spare time, Deborah— a.k.a. Burnsie—enjoys cycling and is an avid gym rat. She is active with many community events and affairs. Her love of the Valley is well known and it shows when you walk in her tws store.


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