Our Rural And Proud tote bags were featured on MSN’s website!
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RAP Totes Galore
Well, we obviously ran out of Rural And Proud tote bags due to our being feature twice in Country Living Magazine. But, don’t worry! Jack, Chris, and Joey printed 100 more this weekend!!! Hooray!!!
FYI: We’ve raised over $700 in R&P sales in the past month.
Mom: “Did you make up the phrase ‘Rural and Proud’?”
Me: “Did you get your Country Living magazine in the mail?”
Mom: “So it WAS you! I’m so glad someone didn’t rip you off.”
Rural and Proud tote bags, as seen in Country Living’s Affordable Home Decor special Shopping Feature
WOW! We’re honored to have our Rural And Proud tote bag featured in this year’s Bargain Issue of Country Living Magazine!!!!!
Get your “terrific tote” with a “gutsy attitude” here before they’re all gone. They’re flying off the shelves!!!
Our lil bag is goin’ to big places!
Last Friday, the folks at Country Living contacted us to (potentially) feature our Rural And Proud tote bag in their newest issue!!! We’ll have our fingers crossed and be looking for it on stands April 17 - May 22.
Wait. What’s that you said? You don’t already own a Rural And Proud tote bag?!?!!?!?!? Buy one here before they all sell out!
Ali Osborn on his last day, photo emphasizing his height
Frontier Fellow Ali Osborn has flown back to Massachusetts after spending a month living and working in Green River. In his time, he explored and documented, utilizing his kaleidaloop and pocket piano, created wood cuts and meticulous drawings, snowshoed and hot tubbed, and began the process of renovating the camper to be used as future fellow housing.
Thank you to Ali for his time and enthusiasm. It’s even okay he snuck in a “rural and proud” shirt to take back with him.
There are only seven left, and the first batch went fast. So, hurry! People are ordering 2 or 3 at once, so don’t think you can wait a day.
Also, just to restate how great these bags are: These bags are totes awesome 100% cotton canvas, 14.5” wide, 16” tall, and weigh 6 oz. And, of course, we screen printed them in house. They’re big and strong! We fit a large wallet, an iPhone, a box of Cafe de Monde beignet mix, a can of Cafe du Monde chicory coffee, a box of confectioners sugar, the entire Nightmare on Elm Street dvd collection (8 dvd box-set), a bottle of Two Buck Chuck, and a handful of cilantro… and there was still room!
RURAL AND PROUD tote bags now for sale!
Buy one here. All the money goes to Epicenter, of course.
Finally, a perfect reusable tote for your trip to the local farmer’s market or grocer! Each bag has been proudly hand screen printed in our own rural town of Green River by us!
NOW AVAILABLE AS A REUSABLE GROCERY TOTE BAG!
Oh, yes we did. Now you can boast your rural pride at your local farmers’ market!!!
These bags are totes awesome 100% cotton canvas, 14.5” wide, 16” tall, and weigh 6 oz. And, of course, we screen printed them in house. They’re big and strong! We fit a large wallet, an iPhone, a box of Cafe de Monde beignet mix, a can of Cafe du Monde chicory coffee, a box of confectioners sugar, the entire Nightmare on Elm Street dvd collection (8 dvd box-set), a bottle of Two Buck Chuck, and a handful of cilantro… and there was still room!
We’ll be giving these bags away at the Moab Farmers’ Market tomorrow to anyone who donates $15 or more. The market takes place at Swanny City Park (100 West and Park Drive in Moab, Utah) from 8am-noon.
The bags we have left over from the Moab Farmers’ Market we put up for sale at our Etsy store. So, stay tuned because they’ll go fast! If you just have have have to have one right now and your heart would break if we run out before you get one, email us right now and we’ll work out a deal.
Thanks again to Nicole Lavelle for the RURAL AND PROUD design.