ISSUE 9 SPRING 2019
GROWING AND PROSPERING
with CHARLIE & CINDY THIGPEN
PEPPER PLACE becomes BIRMINGHAM'S NEWEST ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT
FARMSTAND OPENS ITS DOORS
by S TO N E H O L LO W FA R M S T E A D
TA B L E O F CO NTENTS
A LETTER FROM
Cathy Sloss Jones Hello Friends, After all the dreary weather we had at the beginning of the year, we’re happy to welcome warmer days, greener grass, spring flowers, and good friends back to Pepper Place. With the opening of the Market at Pepper Place just around the corner on April 13th, the naming of Pepper Place as Birmingham’s newest Entertainment District in February, wonderful tenants throughout the neighborhood, and a whole host of events on our schedule, we can’t wait to share 2019 with you. What better way to highlight the newness around every corner of Pepper Place than with a celebration of spring? In this issue of The Place, you’ll taste the freshness of Cantina’s irresistible salsas, modern Latin dishes, and handmade cocktails. You’ll get an exclusive look at the styles of the season from our fashionable friends at The Collective, Design Supply, and Richard Tubb. You’ll get to know the amazing folks at LIVE Design and how they keep things fresh after 32 years in architecture. Charlie and Cindy Thigpen will show how you can spruce up your home and garden with everything from elegant décor to edible plantings. Things are happening all over our little corner of Birmingham, and there’s never been a better time to find your place with us. Spring has sprung, and we hope you’ll come here to experience this exciting time in Birmingham’s newest Entertainment District.
CHARLIE AND CINDY THIGPEN: GROWING AND PROSPERING
SPRING STYLES AT THE COLLECTIVE
HOW CANTINA KEEPS IT FRESH
OUTDOOR OFFERINGS FROM RICHARD TUBB INTERIORS
AN ARTFULLY INSPIRED SPRING AT DESIGN SUPPLY
BIRMINGHAM'S NEWEST ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT
LIVE DESIGN: CRAFTING SINGULAR SPACES
FARMSTAND BY STONE HOLLOW FARMSTEAD
STONE HOLLOW RECIPE
THE MARKET IS BACK
FEATURED MARKET VENDORS
HOST YOUR EVENTS AT PEPPER PLACE
MAP OF PEPPER PLACE
I hope to see you soon!
Cathy Sloss Jones President Sloss Real Estate
HANGING PLANTERS $16 .95
SUCCULENTS IN CONCRETE PL ANTERS $25 - 60
PRESSED FLOWERS $400
L A R G E C E L F I E VA S E $ 1 4 S M A L L C E L F I E VA S E $ 6
All told, Charlie and Cindy Thigpen have over six decades of home and garden experience between them.
W O O D W A R D B U D VA S E $ 1 2 A I R PL A NT S $10
“We have always tried to sell success,” as Charlie puts it. “We want people to take a plant home, have it grow and prosper, and come back for more.” There’s a DIY spirit at the Garden Gallery that not only
They sharpened their spades at Southern Living with Charlie
draws people in but also invites them to see what’s possible in their
managing the 27-acre corporate campus and contributing regular
own home and what they’re capable of. In addition to the plants and
pieces to the magazine while Cindy worked in the creative marketing
interior offerings, Charlie and Cindy frequently host classes on flower
side of the business. By 2008 they’d been at it for over twenty years
arranging, edible gardening, and making concrete planters. “Since we
when the Thigpens decided they’d learned the ropes well enough to
first opened our doors, we started reaching out to our neighbors and
take their encyclopedic knowledge of plants, design, and marketing
the community around us,” says Cindy. “We didn’t want people to just
and strike out on their own.
find us. We wanted to invite them in and share our space with them.”
Since 2009, Charlie Thigpens’ Garden Gallery has been an anchor of
With warm weather here to stay, now is the perfect time to try your
Pepper Place for Saturday morning market shoppers, homeowners
hand at having a green thumb. Whether it’s a small herb garden on
hoping to spruce up their flower beds, and people looking to find
your balcony, a planter garden of zinnias and tomatoes in your back
the perfect one-of-a-kind gift. But the Thigpens are more than
yard, a new row of evergreens along your property line, or a simple
shopkeepers. For some hopeful gardeners who immerse themselves
framed pressed flower display, the Thigpens are there to help you
in the glory of Pinterest boards and curated Instagram feeds, picking
take that next—or first—step to creating the home you’ve always
out what to plant, knowing where to plant it, and how to keep it alive
imagined. By the time you visit the Garden Gallery three or four
can be a daunting task. That’s why the Thigpens do more than sell
times, not only will Charlie and Cindy know who you are, know what
pristine flowers, beautiful planters, and fine home décor; they have
colors you like, know what plants you’re likely to accidentally kill, but
worked to create an environment of creativity and growth.
your patio will be looking like a spread from Southern Living. PEPPERPLACE.COM
Winter’s behind us now. The scarves are going back in the trunk. The flannel is put away until November. The days are finally getting longer. And it’s time to liven things up for this fresh, new season. Lucky for you, our resident style gurus at The Collective have put together a quick and clean guide to sprucing up for spring.
If you’d like to schedule an appointment or a consultation with The Collective’s talented team of stylists, check them out at thecollectivebham.com, follow them on Instagram at @TheCollectiveBHAM, or give them a call at 205-264-9991.
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There’s no shortage of Mexican restaurants in Birmingham. But if you can wander down 29th Street South any day of the week at lunch time or dinner, you’ll see the patio in front of Chef Jorge Castro’s Cantina absolutely bustling with people. So, what sets Cantina Tortilla Grill apart from every other Mexican restaurant? It’s fresh. Chef Jorge speaks with conviction about the ingredients that go into the dishes that he serves up at Cantina. “Everything we can make fresh, we make fresh,” he says. “Our salsas, our slaws, our guacamole—all are made from scratch every day, so you’re always going to have the best flavor possible.” That freshness translates to their drinks as well. One of the top menu items at Cantina is their margarita. Their key lime, prickly pear, peach, and guava juices are all delivered fresh weekly and contain no preservatives and no added sugar. Chef Jorge has made it his goal to ensure that all of his ingredients are as fresh as possible. Of course, the secret as to why people keep coming back to Cantina isn’t just in the ingredients. Chef Jorge’s dishes combine those fresh ingredients in time-tested recipes that elevate traditional Mexican fare to something that borders on the gourmet yet maintains a casualness that’s perfect for the patio. Be sure to mark your calendar for Saturday, May 4th to celebrate the renowned Cantina Cinco de Mayo. With live Latin music, a patio that’s primed for dancing, food and drink specials, Chef Jorge’s party promises to be the freshest one around.
When you’re walking in Pepper Place along 29th Street or sitting at the tables outside Red Cat having a latte, you can’t help but notice the scene through the oversized factory windows of Richard Tubb Interiors: dramatic chandeliers hanging above elegant furniture. Open the doors and you’ll be met by a dreamy scene of evocative sculptures alongside elegant lamps, coarse textures paired with smooth lines, the ancient and the modern right there next to one another. It’s a singular style we’re proud to have in our ranks, and Richard Tubb can be credited as the pioneering visionary of design at
Outdoor Offerings from
Richard Tubb Interiors
Pepper Place having set up shop here more than twenty years ago. Although the focus at Richard Tubb is on the interior of the home, an Alabama spring is irresistible. That’s why the keen-eyed team at Richard Tubb takes its approach of controlled whimsy to the porch, the patio, the gazebo and beyond with earth-friendly outdoor furniture from LEE Industries. According to Richard Tubb Sales Manager Sam Kehl, “The furniture made by LEE allows us to take our approach to interior design into the outdoor space. It’s elegant, it’s durable, and it’s in line with our aesthetic.” Not only are LEE industry products elegant, well-made, and manufactured in nearby Conover, North Carolina, but the 50-year-old company is dedicated to creating quality furniture using the most environmentally friendly materials and practices. What better way to enjoy the great outdoors than in a chair or a couch that’s built with its protection in mind? To learn more about how they can help perfect your outdoor space, stop by their shop or visit them online at RichardTubbInteriors.com.
When you’re looking for a piece of art to place in your home, you might think about the color of your walls, the texture of your couch, the pattern of your rug, and look for a sculpture or a painting to match. But if you’re Laura Vogtle, owner and designer at Pepper Place’s Design Supply, art always comes first. Vogtle’s first venture, Gallery 1930, was dedicated to providing a platform for emerging and renowned local artists. That passion sparked her vision for Design Supply, blossoming to encompass entire rooms—and even homes—with designs that accommodate art as well as friends and family. With the spirit of spring, the keen eyes at Design Supply aren’t just bringing in fresh bouquets or vibrant throw pillows. Instead, they’re giving shoppers and designers access to some of the brightest, most charming, and the most emotive art from Birmingham and beyond. Here are just a few of those artists: MARY SINGLETON’s floral-inspired art is fun. Period. With lines and color palates that toe the line of chaos, Singleton’s art is a perfect accompaniment to the sights and sounds of spring in full bloom.
An Artfully Inspired Spring at
Some art invites its viewer to bring their own associations, their own experiences, and their own emotions to pull meaning from the work. Then there’s LINWOOD. The enigmatic and internationally renowned mixed-media artist tells the beholder what to feel first, then invites them to explore the intensity of that feeling.
Whether we’re introducing exciting new tenants that share our vision of community or redeveloping the complex of buildings for better walkability and connectedness, Pepper Place has always worked hard at being a vibrant part of the Birmingham community.
According to Chief Operating Officer of Sloss Real Estate, Tom Walker, “This district has a true sense of place for the creative community. We want to continue investing in Pepper Place to create an engaging, inspiring destination for our community within our tremendous city.”
Whether we’re hosting Dia de Los Muertos, Breakin’ Bread, Southern Makers, or simply providing a nice sunny spot on our patio for people to gather together, the new Pepper Place Entertainment District is going to allow us to bring our visitors more of the same great food, fun, and community they’ve come to expect.
With new possibilities available to our tenants, be sure to keep a lookout for collaborative events between our tenants that spread the spirit of the Market at Pepper Place into new avenues of togetherness.
To further that mission of connectivity throughout our neighborhood, this January, the Birmingham City Council approved Pepper Place’s designation as Birmingham’s newest Entertainment District. What that legally means is that participating businesses with alcohol licenses can sell alcohol to be consumed off-premises within the boundaries of the district and within its hours of operation. What that means recreationally is that Pepper Place will be a much more cohesive, inviting, and active place for Birmingham to come together.
We have a lot of exciting events in the works that will take advantage of our new Entertainment District status. Until then, take a look at the party we had to celebrate the occasion!
ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT HOURS: M O N D AY – F R I D AY: 4 : 3 0 – 1 1 P M S A T U R D AY & S U N D AY: 1 0 A M – 1 1 P M
PHOTO FROM YELP
LIVE Design: Crafting Singular Spaces LIVE Design began as a traditional architecture and interior design firm in 1987. For twenty years, they successfully stayed on course, building a name for themselves in Birmingham while creating wellknown spaces for UAB, local law offices, and many of the city’s popular contemporary churches. After two decades in business, how does a successful design company keep ideas fresh? Something clicked in the mid-2000s when the LIVE team began incorporating the client into the design process. Designing a new building within BIM (Building Information Modeling) technology and in full collaboration with clients allowed a much more dynamic client experience. Ultimately, the firm saw that their best work happened when their design reflected their clients—and not the architect. “If someone looked at one of our buildings and said, ‘That is a LIVE Design Group project,’ we have failed in designing the project for our client’s goals,” said Aubrey Garrison, III, Chairman of the Board. Even though LIVE calls Birmingham home, the firm worked on 42 projects in 17 states in 2018—from a new commercial office building in Boston to church renovation and expansion in Ponte Vedra, FL. Locally, LIVE helped The Bell Center develop its new home of services for infants and toddlers at risk for developmental delay. “It is certainly exciting to be able to see the daily progress of The Bell Center, right here in Birmingham,” Garrison said. The LIVE teams knows they’ve completed a project when a client comes to them and says: “We came here not knowing exactly what we wanted, but are leaving with exactly what we need.” LIVE chose Pepper Place for its central office because of the convenient location and amenities. One thing they love is that their clients who travel into the Magic City for a LIVE design session can walk to some of the city’s best restaurants. We hope those folks leave feeling like they got exactly what they needed from Pepper Place, too. 10
FarmStand by Stone Hollow Farmstead
This month, the Pepper Place Pop-Up space becomes a permanent storefront when Stone Hollow Farmstead launches its third retail concept, FarmStand, in Pepper Place. Given a 30+ year career in the cosmetic and medispa industries, it might come as some surprise that Deborah Stone wound up on a farm. But, once you understand where she’s coming from—and where she’s going— it all makes sense. Stone founded Stone Hollow Farmstead for simplicity’s sake. She wanted her family to have the same kind of wholesome, quiet childhood she had and started the farmstead as a European horse breeding facility. Life on the farm provided space for her to begin growing her own plants for herbal and floral extracts to be used in her own line of organic cosmeceuticals— Botaniko Skin Care. As that business grew, so did the farm. every occasion—as well as serving as a regular CSA pick-up spot—this new location highlights the best the farm has to give. Customers’ favorite In Spring 2014, Stone Hollow Farmstead began its CSA program to share food in jars—preserves, pickles, compotes and more—Stone Hollow its love for eating fresh with its valued friends and clients. They provide Farmstead award-winning chevre, and other artisanal cheeses will round flower subscription services so your home is never without a fresh out the grocer side of the store. Giftable items include everything from bloom. Their cannery and creamery prepare award-winning cheeses, bespoke table implements to other recently discovered treasures new to jams, and pickles all year long. the Birmingham market. Fresh flowers from Stone Hollow Farmstead will bridge the gap between grocer and gifts and be regularly available. Now, Deborah Stone and the entire Stone Hollow Farmstead team are so excited to have a more permanent location at Pepper Place, where they have had a regular Saturday morning market tent for years. Billed as “Farmstand by Stone Hollow Farmstead – Grocer & Gifts,” they M O N D AY – S A T U R D AY: 9 A M - 6 P M can effectively serve the community in more valuable ways with this storefront. Offering seasonal local produce and a variety of gifts for
Stone Hollow Farmstead
Marmalade Tea Cake INGREDIENTS: For the cake
3 tbsp. SHF Grapefruit Marmalade
For the glaze
Juice of ½ a grapefruit
1 cup of SHF yogurt
5 tbsp. of SHF Grapefruit Marmalade
1 ¼ sticks of softened butter
2 tbsp. of SHF Yogurt
1 cup of sugar in the raw 3 SHF free-range eggs 2 cups of self-raising flour 1 teaspoon of baking powder Zest of 1 grapefruit DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 350°F (175˚C). Grease springform pan with butter and fit with non-stick parchment paper. Put marmalade in a small saucepan and heat gently until melted. Stir in yogurt and let cool for a few minutes. Put butter and sugar into a large mixing bowl. Mix with a hand mixer or large spoon until creamed. Add the eggs, flour, baking powder, and grapefruit zest and mix again until the batter is thick — don’t worry about some clumps. Add grapefruit and yogurt mix to the batter and pour into the prepared tin. It will be runny. Bake for 1 hour until golden and well-risen and a toothpick comes out clean. Cover it loosely with baking paper after 45 minutes if it begins to turn too brown. Remove from the oven and allow to cool for 10 minutes before turning out onto a wire rack. Meanwhile, combine grapefruit juice, marmalade, and yogurt in a small pan and heat until warm on low (be careful not to curdle the yogurt). While the cake is cooling, carefully pour the warm mixture over the top so that the cake has a sticky glaze. Serve with a hot cup of tea— or something a little stronger. Cheers!
The outdoor Market is Back The Market at Pepper Place returns Saturday, April 13th for its 20th season of creating a connection between Alabama’s family farmers and the people of Birmingham. The Market has come a long way from its modest beginnings of a few tents in the middle of a parking lot. Now, some 10,000 guests come through every weekend not only to pick up fresh produce from the state’s friendliest farmers, but also to share in a community of music, art, craftsmanship, and food. Though the market has grown exponentially over the years and expanded to include everything from homemade salsa to wooden spoons, one element has remained constant: freshness. (How can a wooden spoon be fresh, you might ask? Well, stop by any Saturday morning and you’ll see the Spoon Man
himself, Steven Cordero, with the freshest, hand-hewn additions to his wares.) When we started the Market at Pepper Place nearly twenty years ago, our hope was to provide people living in Birmingham access to the freshest produce possible while also creating an outlet for farmers to sell their goods. Over the years, interest in eating locally and organically has grown. Some of our growers have been ahead of the curve for many years having already adopted sustainable, organic practices decades ago. Others have responded to those trends, going one step further to provide not just organically grown produce but heirloom varieties that you simply can’t find in grocery stores. Others still have innovated further, adopting innovative sustainable practices to grow microgreens, sprouts, and even mushrooms. However it’s grown, we’re happy to have such an amazing variety of offerings available every Saturday, rain or shine.
P E P P E R P L AC E M A R K E T.CO M
Featured Market Vendors
This year, we wanted to show some love to just a few of our market vendors. These are the folks who rise before the sun every Saturday morning to load their trucks with freshly picked flowers and vegetables, who drive many miles in the wee hours to set up their tents before market visitors arrive, who throw themselves body, mind, and spirit into the hard work of growing food from seed to harvest, of firing up the oven before the rooster crows, of managing to do it all with a smile on their faces.
HAPPY TRAILS FLOWER FARM RED BAY, ALABAMA
Happy Trails Flower Farm was established in Northeast Alabama’s beautiful hills in 2010. With hundreds of different flowers, decorative greenery, vines, seed pods and other eye-catchingly unusual flora, Rick and Tanis Clifton provide market goers with beautifully arranged splashes of color each and every Saturday morning.
Take one look at their Instagram feed, or spend a couple minutes talking to the Charlie and Frannie Griffin, and you’ll soon understand that they truly live out the mission of Hepzibah Farms: "We want to make things better.” With sustainable practices, they strive to provide good food to nourish the body, beautiful flowers to brighten the home, and they do so alongside friends and family cultivating relationships as healthy as their cucumbers.
OWLS HOLLOW FARM GADSDEN, ALABAMA
Owls Hollow Farm started as a passion project for Lisa Gallardo to grow garden and hydroponic vegetables. She prefers to use vertical trellis gardening in her greenhouse for a neater set-up and to create more room for her produce. Located just north of Gadsden, Owls Hollow Farm’s hydroponic greens and organically grown produce are a favorite at the Market at Pepper Place. They also supply produce to a wide array of local restaurants and grocery stores, and their CSA boxes are available to customers year-round.
JEFFERSON COUNTY BEEKEEPERS ASSOCIATION JEFFERSON COUNTY, ALABAMA
The 200-member Jefferson County Beekeepers Association (JCBA) has been at the Market at Pepper Place since the very beginning providing locally sourced honey to please any palate. What sets the JCBA apart from other vendors is their wide range of resources for people interested in beekeeping and the many benefits of honey. Remember, we have the bees to thank for every flower, every fruit, and every vegetable at the market.
IRON CITY ORGANICS WARRIOR, ALABAMA
Iron City Organics is a relatively new addition to the Market at Pepper Place lineup, and their all-organic approach to growing microgreens has opened up a lot of possibilities for creating beautiful dishes that are absolutely packed with nutrients. For instance, did you know wheatgrass is an excellent source of potassium, fiber, vitamins A, C, E, K, B6, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, iron, zinc, and copper? Their offerings include micro onions, micro radish, nasturtiums, pea shoots, cilantro, chervil, and wheatgrass, to name a few. For a fresh look at greens, check out the Iron City Organics tent on alternating Saturdays, or peruse their Instagram feed to get your mouth watering. PEPPERPLACE.COM
Host Your Events at Pepper Place Whether you’re looking for a view of the sun setting behind the Magic City’s skyline, the picaresque backdrop of historic Sloss Furnaces, or an unforgettable night of great drinks, better food, and lively music, Pepper Place is the spot for your next special event. Now a designated Entertainment District, guests at your event can explore Pepper Place spirits in hand, worry-free. Home to the annual Dia de los Muertos Festival and weekly Pepper Place Market, our unique early 20th Century factory vibe blends with our curated outdoor space in this authentic Birmingham setting. When you host your event at Pepper Place, you’ll get the ease of a convenient location with accessible parking alongside luxury amenities—all in a beautiful setting. FOR BOOKING INFORMATION, CONTACT
MARCH 13 12–2 PM (FREE)
MARCH 23 2-4PM (FREE)
MARCH 14 5–7PM (FREE)
MARCH 26 5-8PM ($40 ONLINE)
HOP CITY SHINER BEER TASTING
HOP CITY ST. PATTY’S BEER TASTING
ALL DAY PI DAY
Grab a pizza from BETTOLA & then head on over to THE LUMBAR for some unexpected beer specials
IGNITE CYCLE GRAND OPENING PARTY!
HOP CITY DOUBLE FEATURE FRIDAY! WINE WITH JAKE AND FOUNDERS KBS EVENT
MARCH 21 5–7PM (FREE)
HOP CITY REDSTONE MEADERY TASTING
MARCH 21 – APRIL 7 THURS - SAT AT 8PM SUNDAYS AT 2:30PM
TERRIFIC NEW THEATRE PRESENTS THE COMEDY “MORNINGSIDE”
MARCH 22 5-7PM (FREE)
HOP CITY STRAIGHT TO ALE BEER RELEASE
HOP CITY ROSÉ ON THE PATIO
HOP CITY SUSHI CLASS
HOP CITY SAKE TASTING
MARCH 28 5-7PM (FREE)
HOP CITY SPRING WINES WITH AMY
MARCH 29 5-7PM
HOP CITY MANTRA BEER TASTING
APRIL 7 DETAILS TBA
HOP CITY WINE DINNER
APRIL 9 6-7PM
THE LUMBAR DISCOVERIES IN THE MAKING
If Bill Nye & TedX planned a happy hour it would go something like this. Join UAB Graduate School for Discoveries in the Making, where you’ll hear from two PhD students as they bring the cliff-notes version of their research to the community.
APRIL 13 2-5PM
BACK FORTY MAGIC MOMENTS MASTERS PAR-TEE
Join the Birmingham Junior Board of Magic Moments for the annual Masters Saturday event. Tickets are $10 and include one drink, a Mastersstyle pimiento cheese sandwich, and a fun afternoon watching golf or just hanging out at the new Back Forty Beer Company. Door prizes and prize drawings available. All proceeds benefit Magic Moments!
APRIL 13 7AM-NOON - RAIN OR SHINE! THE MARKET AT PEPPER PLACE OUTDOOR MARKET KICKS OFF
CANTINA CINCO DE MAYO CELEBRATIONS
Join your favorite Entertainment district for a day of celebration
MAY 14 6-7PM
THE LUMBAR DISCOVERIES IN THE MAKING
BACK FORTY WEEKLY EVENTS EVERY THURSDAY AT 7PM TRIVIA NIGHT
(Winners receive a gift card to Back Forty!)
EVERY MONDAY AT 6PM BINGO
6 games of various versions of bingo Winner awarded a $30 giftcard! PEPPERPLACE.COM
JONES VALLEY TRAIL
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28 TH STRE E T SOUTH
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TO BACK FORTY BREWERY @ SLOSS DOCKS
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3. CANTLEY & COMPANY www.cantleyandcompany.com 2. CHARLIE THIGPENâ€™S GARDEN GALLERY www.charliethigpensgardengallery.com
MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS 3. ABOUT TOWN www.abouttownsite.com 4. AIRSHIP, LLC www.teamairship.com
5. AQ2 TECHNOLOGIES www.aq2tech.com
2. LIVE DESIGN GROUP www.livedesigngroup.com
3. BARRI THOMPSON INTERIORS
3. MOMENTUM www.momentumleaders.org
4. BLACK BENAK, LLC www.blackbenak.com
5. BATTLE & WINN LLP www.battlewinn.com
2. THE COLLECTIVE www.thecollectivebham.com
3. FRED www.thinkfred.com
5. BRIK REALTY www.brikrealty.com
5. DEKALB OFFICE www.dekalboffice.com
5. COUNTRY LIVING www.countryliving.com
3. CHAPEL STEEL www.chapelsteel.com
3. DESIGN SUPPLY www.artgallery1930.com/designsupply
4. HODGES AND ASSOCIATES www.thehighroad.com
5. CHIP REWARDS INC www.chiprewards.com
1. FERGUSON www.ferguson.com 9. FRONTERA www.fronterairon.com 3. IGNITE CYCLE www.ignitebhm.com
3. MURPHY MEDIA, INC www.murphymedia.com 4. PERITUS PR, LLC www.perituspr.com
4. RICHARD TUBB INTERIORS www.richardtubbinteriors.com
5. EPIC www.epicbrokers.com
4. RYAN FREEMAN INC www.rfibuilders.com 3. SCHILLECI & TORTORICI, PC www.themillenniallawyer.com 4. SOUTHERN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CENTER www.southernenvironment.org 4. THE WATSON FIRM www.birminghambusinesslaw.com
6. GOPRO www.gopro.com
4. WICKER PARK CAPITAL MANAGEMENT www.wpcmllc.com
2. HASKINS JONES, LLC www.haskinsjones.com
4. YEATTS LAW FIRM www.yeattsfirm.com
3. KRUMDIECK A+I DESIGN www.krumdieck.com
3. THRIVE CLAY STUDIO www.thriveclay.com
FOOD & ENTERTAINMENT MARKET AT PEPPER PLACE www.pepperplacemarket.com BACK FORTY BEER COMPANY AT SLOSS DOCKS www.backfortybeer.com
5. BETTOLA www.bettolarestaurant.com 8. BLUEPRINT ON 3RD www.blueprinton3rd.com 5. CANTINA www.cantinatortillagrill.com
3. FARMSTAND BY STONEHOLLOW FARMSTEAD
www.stonehollowfarmstead.com 7. HOP CITY www.hopcitybeer.com 3. THE LUMBAR www.lumbarbham.com
3. OVENBIRD www.ovenbirdrestaurant.com 5. THE RED CAT www.theredcatcoffeehouse.com 3. TERRIFIC NEW THEATRE, INC www.terrificnewtheatre.com