Owner, Kay Kinder established Fountain Fashions in 1973 with customer service as her top priority. Kay and the girls are ready to serve you anytime to find the most fabulous fashions. If you have something special you are looking for, they will do their best to get it for you.
Don't miss out on this spectacular array of fashion for the discriminating shopper, and be sure to visit them in Fountain Hills.! If you can't make it into the store, Kay and the girls are happy to accommodate you by taking your phone order, and if received by 2pm, it will go out the same day if it is not a special order and it's in stock.
So be sure to visit Kay and the girls for the ultimate shopping experience.
Their staff is always here to help.
Owner Kay Kinder -
“We Deliver” says Kay Kinder, owner of Fountain Fashions in Fountain Hills. She means that in more ways than one. Forty years ago when she opened her ladies’ boutique at the village Bazaar, the town of Fountain Hills was just three years old. Kay established Fountain Fashions with customer service as her top priority. She and her late husband, Don Kinder, who was then senior vice president of Pratt properties, one of the developers of the popular, scenic area, moved to Fountain HIlls in 1972. In December 1973, she opened Fountain Fashions.
In April 1999, she relocated her store. Expanding it from 840 square feet to 2,600 square feet.. And today, loyal customers drive from all over the Valley to select from the store’s casual & upscale line of clothing and to experience Kinder and her staff’s version of exceptional customer service. Much of the store’s success, of course, is due to the careful selection of merchandise Kay make on her five yearly trips to Dallas. “Our goal”, says Kay, “is to carry dressy and business clothes as well as the casual clothing women really love to wear. We also select things that have a little flair. We care an extensive line of many designers.”
When Kay says, “We deliver,” she really means that. “This is a small town still, and we love it,” she says of Fountain Hills. Sometimes a customer can’t come in during the normal store hours, so Kay or one of her staff will open the doors early or stay late to accommodate busy schedules. They’ve also been known to deliver clothing to customer’s homes. “Customer service is the name of the game,” shares Kinder. “We have so much fun here. The atmosphere is very positive, and people can sense it when they come in.” In 1990 Kay was honored wth the Annual Myron Mayper Businessperson of the year award as well as countless accolades & articles written about her and her amazing “Fountain Fashions” Boutique.
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