photos via Instagram and websites, linked below.
Clockwise from top left: Brake Inc, Supra, Britt Greene, Crush Funk, Call Your Mother Bagel, No Plan Press.
As you know, BlueBird City is a free publication, a community project in which businesses purchase ads that fund our printing as well as the work of local artists and writers. Our launch issue, Spring Tide, was a great success! BlueBird City delivered hope and inspiration to readers who loved the collaboration, quality, and variety depicted through photographs, art, stories, and poetry.
The pandemic has thrown many of us into a tailspin. Our local, family-owned businesses need our community's support more than ever.
Given the times, for our Fall issue, we are asking our readers to consider sponsoring an ad for a local business.
How it works:
You have a neighborhood business that you love and you want to see it promoted in BlueBird City.
You reach out to us below and submit $75 to cover the cost of a sixth of a page ad for that business in Spark, our fall issue. If several people reach out to us in support of the same business, we will increase the size of the business presence in our fall book.
Your donation can remain anonymous or you can choose to be attributed in the book. The business will be notified, and we will proceed with a beautiful ad and write-up.
Please consider joining us in our mission to elevate local businesses, artists, and writers!
Email email@example.com and indicate which business you would like to sponsor!
Kathleen and Kelly
And a few local delights for you this week!
Crushfunk is on our list - find them, hear them, hire them for a distanced block party.
Britt Greene’s watercolors are refreshing, beautiful, delightful.
Secondstory Cards - we love their mission and their designs--the Coronavirus 6-pack means you’ll always have a card on hand.
Brake Inc wine tags, gifts, holiday prints. Simple, joyful and sophisticated.
No Plan Press - quirky, delightful, beautiful simplicity.
Slow cooking and savoring meal time with Georgia-influenced Supra.
Call Your Mother Bagels Georgetown finally opens in all its' pink glory!
Join our fall issue as a business, artist, writer, or supporter at bluebirdcity.com