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Selena Etc. (January 27, 1993 – July 1, 2009) was a South Texas-based boutique[1], salon[2], and clothing store[3], which was built by Latin Superstar, Selena[4]. Selena Etc. was built and finished on January 27, 1993 in Corpus Christi, Texas[5] which was the headquarters building. Selena opened another boutique in San Antonio, Texas around the same time the headquarters building was complete, both were equipped with in-house beauty salons[6]. Selena began manufacturing clothing along with designer Martin Gomez with designs and styles of Latin American texture and exotic clothing styles which became her trademark on stage. Hispanic Business magazine reported that the singer earned over five million dollars from these boutiques. Another boutique was due to open in Monterrey, Mexico in 1995 but due to Selena's untimely death it was not opened. The San Antonio boutique was closed sometime after 1999. After Selena's death, Chris Pérez, Selena's husband, began taking over the business[7]. After the 16th anniversary of the opening of the Corpus Christi boutique, the store was officially closed as of July 2009[8][9]. A week after the store closed, Chris Perez held a "For Sale sign" and asking for $91,454 US Dollars[10][11] for the boutique, according to the Nueces County Appraisal District, and uprising of $165,000[12] was the final total sale price[13]. The Selena Etc. store had a full-service salon, as well as Selena memorabilia, which was scooped up by admirers of the singer. They also sold jewelry, hats and other accessories[14]. Soon after the foreclosure, due to the low economy[15], all merchandise and accessories began selling at the Selena Museum, located several miles where the Selena Etc. building once was.[16]

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