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Purcellville Blog: Local T-shirt business taps into beer and wine market

A Purcellville couple has taken their mutual interest in local wineries and breweries and created a T-shirt business to help promote them.

Bill and Kristy Reynolds formed CrafTshirts in 2015 after Bill developed a T-shirt design and pitched it to Loudoun's breweries.

“Bill loves T-shirts,” Kristy said. “We thought, how cool would it be to have all their names on one shirt,” she said, referring to Loudoun's breweries and wineries.

They asked winery and brewery owners for permission to use their logos on the shirts, and they have all been “very supportive,” Kristy said.

So far, it has been a big hit – they have sold over 5,000 shirts.

The Reynolds usually set up shop at festivals, as well as wineries and breweries on the weekends. Shirts sell for $25 each and there are tank tops for $20. Shirts are also available for purchase at places such as Jack's Run in Purcellville, Loudoun Brewing in Leesburg and Old Ox Brewery in Ashburn.

The business is not limited to Loudoun - their concept has now spread throughout northern Virginia, Fredericksburg, Richmond, Charlottesville and Frederick, Md. They will also design shirts for special causes and events as well.

For more information, follow the CrafTshirts page on Facebook.

Purcellville seeks artists for holiday decorations

Discover Purcellville, a community non profit organization, is seeking artists to donate their talent to paint large holiday decorations. The finished decorations will be placed along Main Street and Old Town Purcellville this Holiday season for all to enjoy. Last year there were 85 pieces displayed, which will be used again this year along with 100 more that will be painted. Discover Purcellville welcomes all creative individuals to apply. Please contact Michael 540-751-0707 email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more info.

Loudoun Symphony opens season in Purcellville

The Loudoun Symphony Orchestra debuts its 2017-18 season with a chamber concert, Beer, Brats – Bravo! on Oct 1 at 4 p.m. at Franklin Park Arts Center.

The “eclectic” program features Gade's well-known “Jalousie,” Anderson's “Bugler's Holiday,” and selections from “Portraits of Langston,” based on poems of Langston Hughes' experiences in Harlem and Paris.

A special package price of $50 includes concert tickets and a German-style dinner at Magnolia's at the Mill. Space is limited for dinner. Concert tickets are $30 for adults, $25 for seniors and youth age 12 and under are free. Visit loudounsymphony.org for additional information.
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