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Metal Heads opens in Downtown Rochester

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Metal Heads is now open for business at 30 North Main Street, in downtown Rochester.

The shop is described as a “totally rockin’ retail store in downtown Rochester and online” that features “heavy metal and rock items, gothic items, and cool gift ideas.”

Metal Heads offers a wide variety of products including t-shirts and other apparel for adults and children, home decor, bags and accessories, and more. Owner Lylah Starkey states that if they “don’t carry it in-store, [they] can likely order it and have it ready for you.”

“We’ve lived in Rochester for over 20 years,” said¬†Starkey “We love downtown and everyone has been so friendly and welcoming to us. Rochester is on the rise and we want to be a part of it.”

Starkey says that Metal Heads has something for everyone, even if they’re not interested in heavy metal music. They also carry a selection of alternative products that “make great gifts and stocking stuffers for the holidays.”

“We’re excited to welcome another business to downtown Rochester,” said Matt Wyatt, Public Information & Community Engagement Manager for the City of Rochester. “Our downtown has a variety of unique shops that you can’t find anywhere else. Skeletone Records, Jetpack Comics, Collectiques, to name a few. Metal Heads fits in perfectly.”

Metal Heads is open Thursday-Saturday and Sundays. Check their website for specific hours of operation. Visit www.metalheadsrock.com or call (603) 973-0465 to learn more.

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