Magazine recognizes Osborne for the magic she creates with her Wonder Works toy stores
Wonder Works toy store owner Christine Osborne was named one of Charleston’s “50 Most Progressive” in Charlie Magazine's inaugural print issue. Osborne was included in the mix of 50 Charleston locals acknowledged for their forward thinking and positive influence on the Charleston community.
Osborne is featured in Charlie Magazine’s first ever print edition revealed at the “50 Most Progressive” launch party at the Hippodrome on Friday, Feb. 24. The magazine notes, “Beyond providing smiles to kids of all ages, making parents believe elves are real (yes, really) and proving monkeys can fly, Christine Osborne cultivates a kind of magic that extends beyond the four walls of her specialty toy store Wonder Works.”
“I am so honored to be recognized as one of Charleston’s 50 most progressive people,” said Osborne. “I believe so strongly in the Charleston community and the people who make up this amazing city. We are so lucky to live in a place so magical and full of opportunity and life.”
To find out more about Christine Osborne and her Wonder Works toy stores, visit www.WonderWorksCharleston.com.