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Giving Back To Our Community

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Each weekend in October, the Sully's Mobile Store sets up shop on Artists' Row in downtown historic Salem, Massachusetts. We have a little help from 7 year old Georgia, the daughter of Sully's founder Chris Wrenn. This year, Georgia returned to sell her own collection out of her converted lemonade stand, and helped kids feel comfortable to take photos in our guillotine photo "booth"! As with previous years, Sully's donated all of the tips collected from the guillotine basket, and have donated them to Georgia's elementary school. Check out Georgia's growing collection HERE!

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Believe In Boston!

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Another title in the books! And another rolling rally on the streets of Boston!  Photo courtesy of the Worcester Telegram, taken by Ashley Green!

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Boston Needs to Once Again BEAT L.A.!

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Once a staple for Boston basketball fans, these updated BEAT L.A.  / Believe In Boston tees are hot off the press and shipping now.  Also available on a navy blue hooded sweatshirt for a limited time.  Pick one up HERE!

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Select Georgia Made This 'Salem' Products Available In Stores

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Sully's is excited to announce that Georgia Made This products are now available in THREE different stores in downtown Salem, Massachusetts! Select items are available at Roost & Company, Witch City Wicks and Emporium 32. If you're visiting the Witch City and would like to pick up a unique souvenir illustrated by a 7 year old Salem local, please stop by one of these fine stores!

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Georgia Wrenn Featured at the Peabody Essex Museum's "Little Voices, Big Ideas" Event

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7 year old entrepreneur (and daughter of Sully's founder Chris Wrenn) Georgia was featured today at the Peabody Essex Museum's "Little Voices, Big Ideas: Celebrating Kid Power" event. Georgia was a featured "Kid Entrepreneur" alongside other future business leaders and activists during a day of art making, workshops, vendors, performances, as well as a scavenger hunt that was illustrated by Georgia herself. Georgia donated 20% of her sales to Salem based HAWC (Healing Abuse, Working for Change), where her mom is a social worker), netting the organization $110. Georgia has literally grown up at the PEM and was featured on their podcast in an episode "Growing Up Curious" when she was 3 years old. You can listen to that HERE

Photo courtesy of the Peabody Essex Museum / Mel Taing.

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