My business, Loc’D Creations LLC, was started and incorporated in 2020. I specialize in personalized items such as shirts, facemasks, and doormats.
Our business aims to provide customers the best value for their hard-earned money by offering simple products that are relatable, fun, versatile, and that catches the eye. We also strive to make sure your experience with Loc’D Creations is both seamless and memorable. Whether it be through our custom T-Shirts or through our unique Doormats we want YOUR personality to shine through.
My clientele has mainly been friends and family, but it has been growing to the public each month! My website is https://locdcreations.com/ which I have been building where I currently sell all my products. Northwest Arkansas is now over 500,000 people and home to a workforce of three fortune 500 companies, so I have a great opportunity for growth as people are moving here from all over the world. My website offers unique t-shirts, hoodies, and tank tops available for purchase that appeal to Black customers which is needed in today’s marketplace so much. I plan to expand to many more diverse product offerings. My clientele is increasing with word of mouth from my wonderful customers each month, and due to my advertising on social media. I am passionate about sharing my talents with Northwest Arkansas and providing representation and uniqueness to the entrepreneur ecosystem. My sole purpose for my business is to create a legacy for myself and my child (and my future children) and my community. It will give me the opportunity to spend time with my family, my son, and still provide abundantly for them.
Hello, I am Mary and I am the owner of Loc’D Creations, LLC of Fayetteville, Arkansas. I was though raised in a smaller south town Smackover, AR. After graduating high school, I completed my basic courses at South Arkansas Community College while helping my father with his small business. In 2009, I changed schools continued my education at Henderson State University in psychology. While attending HSU my love for crafts and creativity grew as I helped friends who were resident assistants in the dorms create boards for their floors. Then while visiting Northwest Arkansas (NWA) I realized that I needed a bigger community, and in 2013 I took a leap of faith and moved to NWA. I am a single mother to a handsome 18-month-old boy, and I currently am a Facilitator for one of the three Fortune 500 companies located here. It was after the birth of my child in March during the pandemic I realized I had lost my spark and needed to regain it. So on lockdown, with a newborn, I created Loc’D Creations to feed my creativity when I also realized there was a lack of representation for Black people when it came to clothing retail, and thus I made the conscious decision to contribute to the diversity needed. I also wanted to be sure that I can be present with my child and still be active in the business. Not only do I have the opportunity to work from home now, but I have the opportunity to become a true entrepreneur and raise my son as I wish. I am thankful for the support system that pushes me every day no matter what obstacles arise. I am planning to finish my degree I started at Bellevue University in Business Management and Leadership.