Rebecca Jeans announces business for sale

Lauren Estes-Velez

Hartselle Enquirer

 

The owner of local business Rebecca Jean’s Catering and Cafe recently announced that she and her family will be staying open until Jan. 26 with plans to sell the business.

Rebecca Jean Berryman shared on social media an exciting announcement that she said her family was happy about.

“God has heavily strengthened my desire to be a stay-at-home mom and take care of my family,” Berryman shared. “Hartselle is a great community, whose focus is Southern hospitality. I see that lived out (in) how the people honor God, family and community. We love Hartselle and believe God led us to have a business there. So many beautiful families are regulars, and we love them. I have seen so many God things, owning this shop, and it has grown my faith and love. Thank you Hartselle for being so generous to my family.”
She said she quit a 16-year job as a hygienist to open her business and is excited to begin the next chapter of her life.
“I was blessed so much by my first leap, so I’m excited for this next one,” Berryman said. “We would love to sell this business to whoever feels led. We have had so much fun. We will be open until Jan. 26, and we plan to finish well and celebrate this next chapter.”

Berryman asked prospective buyers to call 256-754-5353.

 

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