OTC AND COR-NEL-IUS T-SHIRTS
s Old Town Cornelius continues to become the place to hang out in the Lake Norman area if you’re into art, culture, community, live music and food trucks, it’s no surprise people want to show their allegiance. Show your “The OTC-style shirts have been offered pride for for several years and are very popular. When Cornelius with people who are connected to our community these products. learn about the initiatives of Old Town Cornelius (OTC) and its identity as an arts and cultural destination, they gravitate toward wanting to represent the brand and share the message of it,” explains Jessica Boye, communications coordinator of Bella Love Inc., adding that the COR-NEL-IUS shirts are new. “The idea [for the COR-NEL-IUS] sparked when we cohosted the first annual Cornelius Arts District Soirée with the Cain Center for the Arts in early spring. Our lead designer, Alisa Ferrara Agnew, created the design. It embodies the stylish and fresh take on Cornelius as a whole, with the emerging of the arts district located within OTC.” Fun fact, there’s also an OTC Baby line, which offers onesies, bucket hats, sun hats and beanies.
You can purchase OTC T-shirts at Old Town Public House (21314 Catawba Avenue, Old Town Cornelius) or Brick Row (19725 Oak Street, Old Town Cornelius) or any community event for $20 each. The onesies are $12 or two for $20, and the hats are $10-15. For more information on these items, message Old Town Cornelius on Facebook or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photography courtesy of Jessica Boye
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Special Thanks to Erin Comerford Photography Update to May’s Dwellings Feature
In our May issue we featured a stunning renovation of a Mooresville lakeside home by Kathy McLeod of RES Interiors. In the spread, we mistakenly did not give proper attribution to the photographer, Erin Comerford of Erin Comerford Photography (www.erincomerford.com). We appreciate her work on this piece and regret the error. — LKT
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