Most native Charlestonians pride themselves on being born in the Holy City. Some of them don’t mind reminding the rest of us that we didn’t have the good fortune of being born here by affixing one of those “NATIVE” stickers to their vehicles. Thankfully, a new apparel company is about to make it possible for us “not-quite-natives” to share our pride in our adopted city.
This Saturday, Nearly Native will host a launch party at Scarecrow (23 Ann Street) where the company’s apparel will be debuted. The event includes special discounts on products, hors d’oeuvres provided by Scarecrow, and happy hour discounts on drinks. The event will run from 6 pm to 8 pm.
At the moment, Nearly Native has decals and t-shirts, which you can see on their official website.
For more information about the launch party, click here.
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