Georgia Made This Pop-Up during Downtown Beverly Trick-Or-Treat Event!

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Come visit the Sully’s Brand store at 282 Rantoul Street during Beverly's Downtown Trick-or-Treat for a Georgia Made This pop-up event! In addition to lots of candy, we’ll have a coloring station where you can create your own GMT picture to take home and complimentary Liquid Death still & sparkling waters. Georgia’s full collection will be available to shop, including her coffee collaboration with Atomic Coffee Roasters! Lastly, jump in Georgia’s famous guillotine for a family photo-op!

About Georgia Made This

Georgia Wrenn is an 11-year-old artist from Salem, MA. With the help of her dad, Sully’s Brand founder Chris Wrenn, she started putting her spooky ghost and skull illustrations on t-shirts at the age of six. Through the years, Georgia’s collection has grown and now includes expanded apparel, enamel pins, patches, stickers, magnets, and other gifts. Each October, Georgia and her family set up her collection at Artists’ Row in Salem and the sales of her brand benefit both her own college fund as well as other local organizations (North Shore Alliance for GLBTQ Youth, HAWC, Black Cat Rescue, Saltonstall Elementary School). Georgia has also collaborated with Atomic Coffee Roasters on their annual Halloween blend and the Peabody Essex Museum on her annual golden coin hunt.

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