Wednesday, October 03, 2012

In a magazine...

There is a new-ish magazine to hit the market a little over a year ago.

It's FOLK.

It's fresh and different than anything I've seen before.
It reflects so much of what my own brand reflects - All American simple living.
Artisan goods. Grass roots. Getting back to basics.
It's not Little House on the Prairie-ish though.
The articles are modern and stylish. It's run by youngin's. College kids. ("kids" used loosely.)
These guys get it.

I was completely flattered that they did a story on me, us, The Rusted Chain, the Kansas Barn Sale.

If you want a deeper look at our business, this is a great article.

They just reached a milestone on their Facebook page and are currently offering subscriptions for $10!
I actually have a subscription myself and love it.

It's also available at Barnes and Noble.

Mama Kitty even approves. When she's not busy popping out babies, it's her favorite magazine to hang out on.

I hope you pick up a copy and enjoy our feature!

I'm so honored that they did it.

**I'm not compensated in any way to share FOLK magazine details with you. Just want to share the love!

(p.s. The winners of the recent giveaway are Sally and Kasey! Congrats ladies! You each get $50 toward The Rusted Chain. Please email to claim.)


Unknown said...

Congrats! What a COOOOOL Magazine!

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Debby said...

It was a great article. I have been getting the magazine since it came out. I see Ben, the author, at alot of events. The pictures are great and so are the articles. All American for sure.

Christina said...

Congratulations! I'm sure it's always exciting to see yourself in a magazine! :)

Shannan Martin said...

I NEED to check that mag out! My friend Katie's (Pencil Box) is featured in the latest issue, too. Must. Get. Mitts. On it.

So cool that they featured you, Sisterfriend!

Artsnark said...

Too cool - congrats! There is something extra awesome about being in old-school print, isn't there?

HeARTworks said...

Congratulations! When our business gets features, I always say that god is a Marketing Manager! We don't spend on advertising but He never fails to work for us! Patsy from
HeARTworks and