Front row (from left): Chris Harrison, Indian-American Water Company and Chamber Board Member; Beth Stanton, State Farm Agency and Chamber Ambassador; Sandra Parra, Tower Bank and Chamber Ambassador; Joni Truex, Builders Association Kosciusko Fulton Counties, and Chamber Ambassador; Gretchen Kellems, Owner The Posh Frog; Becky Plummer, Staffmark and Chamber Ambassador; Lori Bolyard, Beacon Credit Union and Chamber Ambassador; and Greg Binkerd, MutualBank and Chamber Ambassador.
Back row (from left): Renea Salyer, Member Relations Coordinator Warsaw Kosciusko County Chamber of Commerce; Gina Clevenger, Clevenger Insurance and Chamber Board Member; and Jenna Secrist, Vectar Online CPAs, and Chamber Ambassador.
The Posh Frog recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of their new business at 123 W. Center St., Warsaw.
The Posh Frog offers name-brand, gently used clothing for juniors, men and women at low prices. The company helps the planet by not throwing clothing in landfills.
The name “Frog” stands for “Fully Relying on God.” The store fixtures, sidewalk and main sign are all made of recycled or up-cycled products. They accept denim, business casual, every day wear, skirts, dress pants, shorts, tank tops, dresses, shoes and purses.