Archive for September, 2012

Home Team BBQ Holds Contest to Rename Famous Frozen Drink

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 24, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

Fiery Ron’s Home Team BBQ recently found out that the name “Painkiller” has been trademarked and found their famous frozen drink in need of a new name. They are taking it to the fans to rename the Home Team Frozen Painkiller. Fans must enter the contest via a form at www.hometeambbq.com by Friday, October 12th. Then Home Team will pick the top 5 nominations and take it to a vote starting October 22nd-November 9th. Winners will be revealed at their 6th Anniversary party on November 17th in West Ashley.

There are lots of great prizes for the most creative names. The winner receives a $25 Gift Certificate every week for a year plus a non-transferable VIP Card for Free Admission forever, 2nd Place: $250 Gift Certificate, 3rd Place: $150 Gift Certificate, 4th Place: $100 Gift Certificate and 5th Place: $50 Gift Certificate. Lots of newly designed t-shirts, hats and koozies will be given away to winners with other creative ideas not chosen.

Fiery Ron’s Home Team BBQ combines traditional processes and techniques of classical cuisine with the simplicity of comfort food, BBQ, and Southern fare.  Using only fresh ingredients, the salads, tacos, sandwiches and wraps are created with unique approach to BBQ. The dry rubbed ribs, chicken and pork shoulders are combined with finger lickin’ sides. Home Team BBQ offers takeout orders, catering and delivery. Home Team BBQ has something for everyone with award-winning food and a rockin’ bar with weekly live music and sports on the TVs. Guests know where to come for a work lunch, casual family dinner or a fun night out with friends.

For interviews, photos, press kit, menus or a complimentary media tasting, please contact Lorrie Dixson of Eskimo Advertising at  lorrie@eskimoadvertising.com. For additional information about Home Team BBQ, visit www.hometeambbq.com.
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SHOP : A Designer Consignment Sale

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , on September 17, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

Do you have amazing clothes hanging in your closet with the tags still attached? How many things do you have that you have worn once – never to wear again? SHOP : A Designer Consignment Sale is making it fun, easy and exciting to clean out your closet and shop for amazing deals on the best designer clothing at a fraction of the cost!

SHOP : This event is THE opportunity to find amazing deals on designer clothing. This event will be held at the soon-to-open Eclectic shop located at 875 Coleman Blvd, Mt. Pleasant. To participate, please review the info below and email: shopconsign1@gmail.com and we will email you the proper forms/sign you up for the sale!

HOW DOES IT WORK:
ONE :: Clean out your closet!
TWO :: Bring your goodies to us cleaned, pressed, tagged and on white plastic hangers!
THREE :: Watch them sell, and make up to 60% of the sale price!
This sale will feature the very best clothing, shoes, and accessories from your favorite women’s contemporary designers

Rather us do the work for you? All you have to do is bring us your gently used/pressed designer merchandise, and we will take care of the hanging, processing, merchandising, and selling of your items. The best part – you get a check for 50% of the selling price of all of your items the week following the event!

THE PREVIEW PARTY:: cocktails, girlfriends AND shopping?? Consignors will have the first opportunity to shop our amazing sale.
Thursday, September 27, 2012 6pm – 9pm Eclectic/875 Coleman Blvd.

THE SALE :: We will be holding one day consignment sale open to the public on Friday, September 28th, 2012 10am – 4pm Eclectic/875 Coleman Blvd.
??QUESTIONS??
Mason: shopconsign1@gmail.com or call 843.729.0197

Swagger: A Fashion Show & Fundraiser

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 11, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

Get ready Charleston as on Thursday, September 20 at 7pm comes Swagger: A Fashion Show & Fundraiser, a night of local fashion, dance performances and music. There will be runway fashion shows by Mary Mojo Boutique, Paisley of Daniel Island and Bashful Boutique with models from Tout Model and Talent Agency.  Get ready for the sounds of DJ Bliss, 95SX Two Girls and a Guy’s Kelly G, D&M Productions and MORE! Plus, be amazed by innovative dance performances by Dance FX. 

The event is set up for all proceeds to benefit Kids Chance, SC a great non-profit that provides educational opportunities and scholarships for the children of workers seriously injured or killed on the job. Robert Clyatt, a workers’ compensation attorney from Valdosta, Georgia, founded the first Kids’ Chance organization in 1988. Through his work, he had witnessed the life-shattering impact that a serious workplace injury had on the children of seriously or fatally injured workers, who were now faced with the difficulty of having to fund their own education. Since the early beginnings, Kids’ Chance has grown and evolved, and has become a diverse group of employers, insurers, labor, state government, medical care providers, and both plaintiff and defense attorneys, who are working together to make a difference in the lives of all children affected by a workplace injury by helping them achieve their educational dreams.

WHEN: September 20 at 7pm

WHERE:  
Memminger Auditorium
56 Beaufain St.
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Ph. (843) 388-2868

TICKETS: Start at $20. To purchase, click HERE.

Acme Lowcountry Cantina Updates Menus By Adapting Concept to Upscale Casual

Posted in Sales & Events on September 10, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

(photo courtesy: Zak Collins Photography)

Previously centered around bar food and Tex-Mex cuisine, Acme Lowcountry Cantina is now serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily with flavor profiles that exemplify fresh local ingredients with a strong presence towards seafood. The restructured lunch and dinner menus combine elements of traditional Lowcountry cuisine with classic cantina fare offered in a casual beach atmosphere. Additionally, there are weekly specials that include an Early Bird Special weekdays, Kids Eat Free on Mondays and Lobster Night on Thursdays.

(photo courtesy: Zak Collins Photography)

“We are concentrating on more of what our market demanded, which is high end cuisine at reasonable prices combined with casual, yet flavorful menu items,” said Executive Chef Frank Kline. “For those seeking a tasty bite at the beach, our restaurant has completely changed our focus, food, attitude and atmosphere.”

With a Bachelors of Science from the University of South Carolina, Executive Chef Frank Kline has worked within the culinary industry for 16 years. During this time he learned every aspect of restaurant operations. He began his career purchasing wines for culinary pairings within Crew Carolina. He later honed his skills at other Charleston area establishments when managing The Boathouse at Breach Inlet under Executive Chef Charles Arena and recreating Carolina’s with Chef Jeremiah Bacon (of Oak, Macintosh, Per Se, and Le Bernadin). Now he uses his vast experience to create the best overall dining experience for his clientele. An award-winning chef, Frank’s focused style is the new Southern movement of creating immense flavor from fresh, local ingredients.
Acme Lowcountry Cantina

31 J.C. Long Blvd
Isle of Palms, SC 29451
Ph. 843-886-0024

Hours: Breakfast: 8am-2pm daily, Lunch: 11am-5pm daily, Lite Menu: 2pm-5pm Monday-Thursday and Dinner: 5pm-10pm daily

Awendaw Green Upcoming Schedule

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 7, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

Featured Events: 

Sept 22:
Charleston Listening Room Series 
at Circular Church 150 Meeting Street
Doors at 7pm
8pm Sadler Vaden
9pm Mike Farris
Tickets $12 Adv/$15 door 
 
Sept 23: 

NAC WINS Awendaw Green: 

A benefit for the Nick A. Collins III Medical Expense Trust 
Sol Driven Train, Fowler’s Mustache, Acoustic Muffin, The Reckoning, Ten Toes Up, Danielle Howle wt Firework Show, Killer Whales, Stained Glass Wall, Sara Cole and the Hawkes, A Fragile Tomorrow. Rik Cribb and the Problems, Gracious Day, The AfterEnglish and The Hibachi Heroes.
Tickets: $15 Adv

Barn Jams: 

Wednesdays from 6-10PM

Times may change. $5 donation at door for all ages shows. There is a grill, wood fired pizzas and BYOB.

Sept 12:
6PM Bogan Mask
7PM Schema
8PM Sideways Derby
9PM Bullfrog

Sept 19:
6PM Stickshifts and Safetybelts
7PM The Runaway Jug Band
8PM Dark Water Rising
9PM Taco Donkey
Marc Black

Sept 26:
6PM TBA
7PM The AfterEnglish
8PM Farmer in the Trees
9PM Cope

Oct 3:
6PM Forty Floz
7PM Matthew Santos
8pm DDK : Disco Demolition Knights
9PM The Black Cadillacs

Oct 10:
6PM Delmark Goldfarb
Daniel Levi Goans
7PM MoJo McGee
8PM Delmark Goldfarb & Daniel Levi Goans
9PM Jefferson Coker

Oct 17:
The Jason Connelly Band
MiZ
Chamomile and Whiskey
Wade Baker

Oct 24:
Lefty Williams Band
The Fustics
Villa Verde
Clyde Owens

Oct 31:
6-7PM & btw sets Lizzy Pitch, Zach DuBois
7PM JP & the Gilberts
8PM Bubonik Funk
9PM Lionz of Zion

Just out of reach from the stress and clutter of the city, Awendaw Green is a safe haven for all musicians. Scenic grounds, relaxed atmosphere, and state of the art Pro Tools digital recording equipment make AG a perfect place to jam, write, record and master. Our facilities offer hourly rates, half and full day rates, or we are available to rent for days and weeks on end. We also offer a professional venue to spread your newly created music to your fans both old and new through our ever expanding music loving fan base. Plenty of sleeping accommodations make it possible to shut the world out and spend as much time as you want writing and recording in our inspiring bohemian compound. Awendaw Green may just be the coolest music venue in the lowcountry. A low-key and friendly environment, the concerts occur in an old barn with a professional sound technician and equipment. Bon fires, food, music, friends, networking, an old barn, even canoeing…how could it get any better? You’ll have to see it for yourself!

www.awendawgreen.com

Order On Site Is A Great Resource For Home Improvement Projects

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , on September 4, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

ProductsCollageAre you putting off a do-it-yourself or building project because you can’t find quality materials or don’t have a way to get them home or to the job site from the big box stores? Well, now there’s a solution in Charleston. You can now shop for building and home improvement materials anytime at OrderOnSite.com. This lumber and building supply website allows you to order anytime, get the best pricing with free quotes plus free delivery the next day with no minimum purchase. Orderonsite.com shows real time pricing and competitive pricing from established local vendors for all of your home improvement and construction needs including lumber, millwork, siding, drywall, insulation, trims, fencing, hardware, moulding and much more.

TV Commercial courtesy: Bluwave Video Productions

TV Commercial courtesy: Bluwave Video Productions

“As a builder myself, I wanted an easier solution for creating estimates and placing orders,” said owner Jon Goldfarb. “Our pricing is highly competitive and will generally be lower than what you would pay at your local building supply company.”

It doesn’t matter whether you are a contractor or a do it yourselfer. It’s time to change the way you buy lumber and building materials. Orderonsite.com is convenient, local and offers a huge inventory with no minimum purchase. Save time, money, and get real time estimates anytime at Orderonsite.com today. It’s time to shop outside the box.

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