O N C H U R C H S T R E E T
VISIT THE MARKET
215 N CHURCH ST
JACKSON TN 38301
Connie and Troy Bowman started The Vintage Market on Church Street in June of 2014. They took their dream and ran with it! And they haven't looked back. They have worked incredibly hard to make this a reality and boy! is their hard work paying off. They believe
in Jackson, TN and they especially believe in DOWNTOWN. Stop by and say "hello!" to them. One of them along with their sole employee, daughter in law Hilary, is always there!
Troy was raised in Johnson City, TN and Connie spent her teenage years in Nashville,. The Bowmans moved to Jackson, TN in 1990. Troy is a Sheet Metal Mechanic, by trade and Connie is a Title Abstractor. They raised their 3 boys here and have called West Tennessee home for 26 years.
Troy was working on the lift when it was being built and knew great things were happening downtown! Connie and Troy had a dream to be a part of the revitalization of historic downtown Jackson. They purchased a 100+ year old Greek Revival on North Highland Avenue and started focusing on building a business downtown. Connie's love of restoring and refinishing furniture was the beginning. She built a clientele doing custom work, selling furniture and teaching paint classes. When the opportunity came to open a store, Troy pushed to go big! They found the perfect historic building downtown and searched to find the best vendors in West Tennessee. For the last 2 years, they have poured their hearts into The Vintage Market on Church Street. Focusing on giving you great service and building relationships with their customers.
This is Kendal and Sam. The only children of our son Robert and daughter in law Hilary. They needed their own feature because if you're a regular you will certainly recognize them. They come to work with Mama more often than not.
Meet Hilary. Our only employee and daughter in law. She has a passion for helping make the Vintage Market as great as it can be. She loves the store as much as we do and it shows in her dedication.
We regularly have customers walk through the door and ask "Where's Meathead??". He doesn't come to work with Mom every day (he's kind of lazy) but he does come when he feels like it. He's kind of a big deal around here!