As for the rest of the store's merchandise, Walker said she plans to build it from some of the inventory that was already on order for Kelley's.
"This is the time where we're doing switchover from summer to fall fashions, so we're getting in a lot of new merchandise naturally," she said. "We'll just order some extra and bring it up here."
While the company is expanding into South Hills, Walker said she's not planning any changes to the West Side store.
"The store downtown will still operate as usual," she said. "All the great brands that are there and all the great people we have will be there."
She said that store draws customers from a wide area, and she expects that to continue into the future.
"We get a lot of business in the downtown store from out-of-town people, because it's right off the interstate," Walker said.
Meanwhile, Kelley's On Bridge will focus more on the casual shopper who is browsing through all of the Bridge Road shops.
"There are a lot of people at the shops on Bridge Road that are milling around," she said. "They may not come to South Hills for Kelley's, they may come to look at Charlie's or Kid Country Toys, but then stop in once they see us here."
Walker said the businesses along Bridge Road all seem to work well together to improve the area, and she looked forward to working with them.
"We're hoping to be able to take advantage of the camaraderie that's up here," Walker said.
Kelley's On Bridge will be open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays. Walker said she plans to staff the Bridge Road store with two or three employees and will then either add or subtract staff depending on how the daily flow of business develops.
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