The eagerly anticipated Sully’s Fashion Truck made its debut voyage on Sunday at the SoWa Open Market in the South End. The Sully’s Crew would like to thank all of our new patrons from the event for their support, and as many thanks to all of our old friends that came out on a windy and warm Sunday. New England Open Markets does a spectacular job coordinating their open markets and this Sunday exceeded our lofty expectations. Not sure if we can make it out every Sunday, but you will be seeing the Sully’s Fashion Truck back at SoWa in the near future. Sully’s owner and president Chris Wrenn was behind the wheel and manning the register. The truck would not have got off the ground without his tireless design and construction efforts. Chris is truly the MVP of this project.
Know of an event that could use the Sully's Fashion Truck or want the truck to set-up at your event? Give us mail! We are currently entertaining a wide array of opportunities for the remainder of the summer and autumn.
Posted on July 14th 2014
Forever FENWAY Line Expands
Generations have amassed countless fond memories enjoying baseball in Boston. Maybe it was catching a foul ball, or sneaking up into the front row after a rain delay, or dropping a quarter in the old school Jimmy Fund donation boxes. The constant between the wins and losses and the championships and crushing defeats are family, friends, and Fenway. You can sell the naming rights to the highest bidder, but to us, it will be Forever FENWAY.
Our Forever FENWAY design was recently remixed for 2014. Add one to your Sully’s eStore cart HERE.
Posted on July 11th 2014
Third Fenway Field Trip Marks First Loss
The Sully’s Crew would like to extend a warm thank you to everyone that attended our third Fenway Field Trip on Tuesday night. It is difficult to compare the groups but it proved to be another memorable summer night at the ballpark. The pre-game party on Remy’s roof deck was another fine opportunity for Frank to earn another awkward sunburn. However, the pre-game party belonged to the German fans. They enjoyed every second of their nation’s monumental drubbing of Brazil. Certainly no one was predicting that outcome. Despite the humid weather and current Boston losing streak, the crowd was intensely invested in the baseball game all evening. The crowd came alive just like old times when the Boston bats sparked a rally in the fifth inning to knot the score at three. However, Conor Gillaspie’s two-run homerun around Pesky’s Pole in the top of the sixth sealed Boston’s fate. What will the 25 man roster look like at the fourth Sully’s Fenway Field Trip on Tuesday August 19th against Anaheim?
Posted on July 10th 2014
Hurricane Arthur Cannot Stop eStore SALE
Hurricane Arthur may have derailed your best laid plans for the long weekend, but don’t let that get you down. Being cooped up inside on the 4th is an excellent excuse to save 20% on apparel in the Sully’s eStore this weekend. Use coupon code UNCLESAM at checkout and save on items like the new Irish Pub Fight Club Tank Top, the Forever Fenway Snapback Hat, or the 617 Retired Numbers (Athletic Gray) Premium Shirt.
Posted on July 03rd 2014
July 8th Fenway Field Trip Rapidly Approaching
Only a handful of pairs of tickets remain for our Fenway Field Trip on July 8th. We encourage you to get your order in today because these will likely be long gone by the end of the week. This field trip marks your first opportunity to get your hands on the newly remixed Forever Fenway shirt. If you cannot make it out for the July 8th game, please consider the August 19th and September 9th Field Trips as well. To all those that have already purchased tickets, looking forward to meeting you at Remy’s next Tuesday!
Posted on June 29th 2014
Belize in Boston
Shout out to Sully’s patron ColinH for proudly wearing Sully’s during his recent excursion to the jungles of Belize and Tikal in Guatemala. Looking sharp my friend, mighty sharp.
Posted on June 23rd 2014
Successful Second Fenway Field Trip
We would like to thank everyone that attended our second Fenway Field Trip on Tuesday June 17th (aka the 6.17 game). We saw some familiar faces and meet a lot of new patrons which is always a pleasure. It was the first Fenway game ever for a few attendees and we felt privileged to share in that joyous experience. The roof deck pre-game party at Remy’s was a hot one, but cold beers, World Cup action, and games of Baggo (or conrhole depending on your hometown) helped dull the heat. Boston played another tightly contested cointest and eked out a narrow victory, as was the case with our first Fenway Field Trip. June is a wonderful month for baseball in Boston. It is a crying shame there are so few June home games on the schedule.
Posted on June 18th 2014
Fresh Fenway 617 Shirt Available
This shirt originally debuted at Sully's Fenway Field Trip on 6-17-14. A Yawkey Way specific take on our popular 6-1-7 retired numbers design. These are hot of the presses and ready to ship. Add one to your Sully's estore cart HERE.
Posted on June 17th 2014
6.17 Fenway Field Trip SOLD OUT
It’s official. Tonight’s Fenway Field trip is SOLD OUT! For the pre-game party at Remy’s, we should be upstairs again. If you are running late we will likely have someone posted up at Sully’s until at least 7:30. If you are at the game independently and want to swing by and say hi, we will be in section three. You can still get in on the remaining three Fenway Field Trips HERE. Cheers!
Posted on June 17th 2014
Travis Roy Foundation Wiffle Ball Tourney
The Travis Roy Foundation and the FranciscanHospital for Children will co-host their 4th Wiffle Ball tournament at BU’s Nickerson Field from 8:30a-3p on June 21. Rumor has it that all four Beanpot men’s hockey programs will be entering teams into the tournament. Participant gift bags will contain some Sully’s goodies and the proceeds will benefit the Travis Roy Foundation. Come on down, swing for the fences or make a donation online, and support a worthy cause!
Posted on June 16th 2014
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