Success Story

Deadwood Junction

Deadwood Junction in Greenwood has become a "must stop" business for locals and tourists - whether you want espresso based speciality coffees from the Tarnished Turkey Cappuccino Bar, the Deadwood Grill outdoor food stand (open even in the winter), motorcycle merchandise, antiques, local and regional artisan products from woodcarving by Jim Harris - Art from the Earth, hand crafted chocolates, jewellery, oil and acrylic paintings and other interesting artisan crafts. Paula's vision of creating an "Artisan Village" has become a reality.

Greenwood comes alive as local musicians play on the landscaped grounds at Deadwood Junction on Thursday evenings during the summer season. Show and Shines events for motorcycle riders occur at Deadwood Junction as Paula and her family are motorcycle enthusiasts. Winter months see Deadwood Junction catering to winter season travellers and locals by offering merchandise suitable for the season.

Supreme customer service and Paula's creative efforts provide customers a positive experience. The business is indeed a "family" business as Paula's spouse and her parents are active in the business and contribute to daily operations and on-going improvements to the infrastructure. In fact, a newly expanded "antique" space will showcase more antique pieces. Due to business demands, Paula has increased her staffing complement by hiring staff.

2010 Business of the Year Award Recipient
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Deadwood Junction
P.O. Box 601
502 Silver St.
Greenwood, BC V0H 1J0
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