FORT PIERCE FOLKS
Cindy has worked at Rosslow’s since high school, when it
was owned and operated by Greg’s parents, the late Walter
and LaBruce Rosslow.
“I came in after college,” Greg says. “But I can remember
my grandmother working in the alterations department
when I would come to the 10-cent cartoons on Saturdays at
the Sunrise Theatre.”
The Rosslows say renovation of the Sunrise, along with
Main Street Fort Pierce’s renaissance of the historical downtown
area, increased foot traffic and patronage of the city’s
“We strive to draw people to downtown,” Greg says.
“Cindy’s window displays attract a lot of attention.”
Both would welcome competition. “We love all the restaurants
and the Farmer’s Market on Saturdays, but we’d like
to see more retail downtown,” Cindy says. “We hate seeing
Although the Rosslows aren’t active in Main Street activities
now, Greg was one of its founding board members.
“The good thing about Main Street is it capitalizes on being
different (from the malls) instead of trying to be the same,”
Custom-built shelving stocked with a wide variety of colorful gift and personal
items make shopping at Rosslow’s a feast for the senses.