Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Bicentennial Kick Off Event!!!


Well, it was just 200 years ago when Ira Evans bought the building and started a general store that is now Brown & Hopkins Country Store!

Here is a circa 1930's photo of William F. Hopkins (left) and James L. Brown (center), and unknown clerk amidst the offerings at the time.....Do you see the Mary Janes!!???
Yup, we still have those!! Well, not the same ones! See, somethings never change!

Well there have been a few changes.....


For one, there is no longer a spit box...thank goodness!!!

And we don't sell ammo.....or tobacco products! Both very popular items in the circa 1900 inventory ledger on display at the front of the shop.


Here are the details of our



Bicentennial Kick Off Event!


January 15th, 16th, 17th & 18th!

We are giving away 200 free gifts!!
Be one of the first 50 customers each day to receive your free Thank You Gift!!

25% off hand painted signs by Poor Boy Signs!!!

We have stocked up and have a great selection of these popular signs!


Plus, register to win a $200 Gift Certificate!!!!

Of course, we'll have lots of refreshments and goodies for you to sample!

Won't you join us?

Reminder....we are closed from January 8th thru January 14th to paint, fluff and restock!



4 comments:

Pam at Antique or Not said...

Congratulations, Liz! Wish I lived close enough to come and visit; I'd love to see all your goodies in person!

WoolenSails said...

Congratulations on your bicentenial. One of these days I am going to get up there. Looks like a great week to be there.

Debbie

Folk Art From The Harbor said...

Thats Wonderful! I wish I could come visit your shop in person. Good Luck with your sale! Hugs BeCca

Nancy said...

How sare ye, Liz? I'll be in this weekend with my two most wonderful cookie recipes. XOX