Robert Grimmett is getting back to business

Less than two weeks after a fire destroyed both the building and inventory, boutique office supply store Robert Mason Company, is getting back to business.

Robert Grimmett of Robert Mason Company

Over the weekend, store owner Robert Grimmett relaunched, offering a limited list of stylish products to their loyal customer base.

"We are very excited to have the website up so quickly andbe able to have products available in time for Mother's Day, graduation andFather's Day," Grimmett said in a press release Monday.

Earlier this month, a fire originating in the next door basement of Sugardaddy's downtown location caused severe interior damage and destroyed the inventory of both businesses. An adjacent Sprint store was also damaged.

According to the release, canvas bags, leather journals and body products will be available in the online store and new products will be released each Monday.

"For now we just plan to take our business online with somelimited products we have available," Grimmett said. "We are working with ourvendors to getthe variety of fun, stylish products our customers have come toexpect from Robert Mason Company."

A donation website for Robert Mason Co. was set up after the fire to help off-set costs. Currently, $4,300 of the $5,000 goal has been raised. Grimmett said he plans to open a Robert Mason Company location downtown by the end of the year.