Rhinebeck – Opening of Tulip

Rhinebeck, NY – The Rhinebeck Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce Kim Cantine and Architect Jeffrey Milstein will be celebrating the opening of their new store in the Village of Rhinebeck, Tulip, a modern gallery with fresh cut flowers, contemporary photography, designer gifts, and home decor.  Tulip’s floral service includes flowers from around the world (as well as locally sourced in season) either by the stem or full design service for both private and corporate clients.  Jeffrey Milstein’s photographs have been exhibited and collected though out the United States and Europe, and are currently represented in the USA by Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles and Benrubi Gallery in NYC.  Tulip offers a curated selection of contemporary photography, and a selection or gifts, and home decor by both local and legendary designers like Arnie Jacobsen, and Charley and Ray Eames.

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The Rhinebeck Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to be hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, May 29th at 4:30 followed by a reception until 7:00 p.m.


Photo credit:  Jeffrey Milstein


About the Rhinebeck Area Chamber of Commerce

The Rhinebeck Area Chamber of Commerce was founded as the Rhinebeck Chamber of Commerce in 1957 by a group of energetic and motivated business leaders in Rhinebeck. Throughout the years, the Chamber has grown from a small group of local businesses to more than 450 diversified businesses of all sizes throughout the Rhinebeck area.  For more information, visit http://www.rhinebeckchamber.com

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