FOLLOW THE FLAG
Bad a$$! The 1st Annual Heritage Block Party this weekend was incredible! Whew. What a success!
Thank you to all our amazing customers, friends and family who joined the 2,000ish people in attendance.
The food trucks were awesome and ALL sold out of food. Southern Pines Brewery went through 10 kegs- yeah y’all were feeling good and so were we!
Almost $11,000 in raffle tickets!! YES almost $11,000, that we donated to a great cause, MMIA.
We were honored to help Arsenia and her family say thank you to the people that helped her so much! Not a dry eye in the house! (Sorry for all the !’s.)
AND, we jammed with the Embers all afternoon. THE EMBERS!!! Played just for us! WHAT?? They brought the house down, or should I say our backyard gravel amphitheater!
I mean really, we couldn’t have planned a better day, with better people!
If you were a crazy person and missed it this year, make better life decisions next fall when we do it all again! In the mean time, stop in and see us at our new retail location at 230 S Bennett St in downtown Southern Pines. We will have something handcrafted just for you!
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