Meet Tammi Seeley, Owner of Up the Creek Ladies Consignment Boutique

Learn about her passion for empowering women and supporting our community

Tammi Seely opened Up the Creek Ladies Consignment Boutique in 2015. She had spent years in the world of retail and always wanted to open her own business. After completing a 5-month Entrepreneurial Assistance Program through her local community college, Tammi was ready to open her own consignment store.

Tammi didn't intend to be in retail most of her life, but she's grateful for what she's gained from her experiences. She's learned to be a good leader, to be adaptable, how to work with all kinds of people and personalities and how to deliver exceptional customer service.

Today, Tammi is proud to own a successful business that serves as a space for ladies of all ages, sizes, races and demographics to feel comfortable shopping without breaking the bank.

Caring for our community

Of all the things that we’ve accomplished since opening our doors in 2015, we’re most proud of what we’ve done, and continue to do, to give back to our community.

In our store, you’ll find assorted products made by local artists and crafters. This allows us to support the makers of our community and boost our local economy. Additionally, we’ve helped raise money for...

  • Local churches
  • Local museums
  • Breast cancer events
  • A New Hope Center
  • Animal rescue groups
  • Scholarship programs for girls

Tammi is also the secretary for the Historic Owego Marketplace. As secretary, she works all year long to put together major events to attract visitors and help stimulate the local economy. Every June, the HOM hosts the Strawberry Festival which brings in more than 15,000 visitors over a 2-day period!

Want to learn more about the many ways we stay involved in our community? Stop by our store today to speak with Tammi herself!