Archive for April, 2013

Mew Kids: Hip Clothes for the Next Generation

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 11, 2013 by Lowcountry Boil

securedownload (1)Sewn with love in Charleston, SC by the Charleston Garment Manufactory, Mew Kids offers high-quality, one-of-a-kind eco-friendly garments to customers with the e-shop destination.  Each piece is personally selected, designed and assembled creating looks that can never be duplicated.  Mew Kids brings original, quality American-made garments to the global market.  

“What makes Mew Kids different is the added benefit you get from receiving a truly original and individually designed look delivered to you,’ said Designer and Creative Director Megan Waldrep.  ‘It’s a chance to use authentic materials like vintage t-shirts to create a ‘can’t be reproduced’ look for every child.  No two are alike!”

securedownload (2)Mew Kids celebrates American culture through quality made-with-love-in-the-USA garments and carefully chosen products for the younger generation and the young at heart. At Mew, the message is simple, to enliven, inspire and be inspired while encouraging and contributing to the spirit of adventure and the pursuit of happiness. Mew Kids gives people an opportunity to be a part of something bigger…preserving American culture through supporting quality domestic craftsmanship and carefully chosen sustainable materials.

Join the Mew Kids Club to receive a personally styled head-to-toe outfit shipped monthly to you door. It’s the perfect present from traveling parents or loved ones to show that you are thinking of them whether you are near or far.  Mew Kids guarantees each child will have a garment that no one else will have.  Easy to wear, all Mew Kid garments are ready for play time, adventure time, any time.

The e-shop at www.mewkids.com is stocked and updated weekly – Check out “What’s Mew Wednesday” to see new additions added weekly.  Carefully chosen products and hand-made pieces you can’t find anywhere else.

Home Team BBQ presents Island Reggae

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 4, 2013 by Lowcountry Boil

Reggae
It’s back! Home Team BBQ on Sullivan’s Island presents Island Reggae. Come on out for live reggae music and Jamaican-inspired food & drink specials on select Thursdays.

April 18: Roots of a Rebellion, $5
May 23: Butter Toast, $5
June 27: Treehouse, $5
July 18: International Morality, $5
August 8: Proverbial, $5
August 22: Butter Toast, $5

All shows start at 9pm.

Home Team BBQ
2209 Middle Street
Sullivan’s Island 29482
843-883-3131
www.hometeambbq.com

Operation Home Presents 3rd Annual Gimme Shelter

Posted in Sales & Events on April 1, 2013 by Lowcountry Boil

Operation Home announces the 3rd Annual Gimme Shelter presented by Home Team BBQ on Thursday, April 18th at 7pm at The Alley downtown. This retro party will feature a DJ, live and silent auction, raffle for a 177 Sport Scout boat, bowling, arcade games, Skee-Ball, pinball machines and feel good food. Prepared by Home Team BBQ Executive Chef Aaron Siegel, the menu is complete with comfort foods and American classics. Creative retro attire is optional.

“We are so grateful for all of the support of this event showing commitment to the community,” said Operation Home Executive Director Sandy Milliken. “Proceeds raised from this party will go toward building wheelchair ramps, repairing roofs, windows and floors for at least 60 homes this year.”

This event is made possible by the gracious sponsors that include Home Team BBQ, Southern Lumber, Scout Boats, SCB&T, Elliott Davis, Tiller Construction, Eskimo Advertising, The Noisette Company, 105.5 The Bridge, Charleston City Paper, Vapor Apparel, Marsh Contracting, Elan Midtown, West of and James Island Messenger newspapers, Computer Genie, Maga Design, Kirkman Broadcasting, OrderonSite.com, Graham Construction, Mary and David Siegel, Filigree, Corte Charitable Foundation, Vapor Apparel and Shuttle Hogs.

Operation Home’s mission is to help low-income residents of Berkeley, Charleston , and Dorchester Counties remain in their homes by increasing safety and accessibility through the coordination of critical home repairs. Their work focuses on the people most in need including households with children, people with disabilities and older adults. Since its inception, hundreds of homes have been repaired by Operation Home, totaling in excess of $1 million. Operation Home is committed to ensuring that no person has to live in a home that is inaccessible or dangerous.

Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. VIP passes are $100 and include open bar and extended menu in the VIP lounge. Tickets for the Scout boat raffle are $500. All tickets can be purchased online at www.operationhome.org. For more information about the event, sponsorship, auction donations, interviews or press passes, please contact Lorrie Dixson of Eskimo Advertising at lorrie@eskimoadvertising.com.

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