At a time where clothing store chains are filing bankruptcy, closing most locations and losing customers by the day, Idaho-based businesses are thriving! Get ready for a second Banana Ink.

photo: Banana Ink

If it's Idaho-themed, it's likely from Banana Ink. They sell the state of Idaho hats and shirts that are turned sideways to look like a gun and the Idaho-state wine pouring into a glass. You know, the classics.

Lana Roth-Jackson opened Banana Ink on 9th downtown Boise. Since most of the clientele comes from Meridian, Nampa and Caldwell, they knew they needed to open up a second location closer to their loyal clientele. Start focusing your attention on 13th in Nampa, friends. Just a little info for ya.

Also, shout out to female business owners. Get it, girl.

Roth-Jackson created the image of the state of Idaho turned sideways to look like a gun shooting a pine tree bullet. You know the one. We all know the one. That's what started it all. Now, with the new location coming to Nampa, they are looking to feature more items from Canyon County artists and designers.