About The Creamery Antique Mall
The Historic Creamery Building has been home to the Bitterroot Cooperative Creamery which provided a marketplace for the milk and cream from local dairies and was central to the local economy. In 1911, the co-op creamery in Stevensville, Montana, burned to the ground. Manager John Howe told the community that if they helped rebuild the creamery within 30 days, he would host the biggest celebration that they had ever seen. The community came through and so did Howe.
Now it has become an antique mall under the new ownership of Carrie McEnroe. Carrie has studied business management and sales and marketing at the University of Montana in Missoula and has a long and successful background in retail sales and display, having managed several businesses in Big Sky, where she lived for nearly 20 years. They have several new collections of authentic antiques from all over the western United States, New England and abroad.
Our most recent and unique addition is a collection of vintage motorcycles including Indian, Harley Davidsons, Triumph’s , BSA’S, Bultaco, BMW, Ducati and more. They have proven to be very popular, both for serious collectors and customers who are interested in these classics.
A variety of exhibition and sales spaces are available for lease on a competitive basis for serious collectors. See Our Page on I Antique Online.
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