Fourteen years ago, in a hazy post surgery state, I wrote down the idea to start a skateboard company focused on ideas for positive change. With that, @stayvocal was born.
Since then, the brand has evolved into the reuse apparel brand that it is today and led me down many other paths. But the original intent of focusing on ideas for positive change is definitely still there.
Today I brought my reuse roadshow to Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, MA for an event where I showcased my Box Truck Tiny House; my literal vehicle for positive change. One of the many people that Deek and I gave a tour to was the Mayor of the City of Brockton, Bill Carpenter. Not only did we show him our ideas for positive change, but he talked to us about his ideas for the city and how tiny houses could help the community.
All the while, my SV booth of T-Shirts was outside next to the truck, promoting more ideas for positive change. Where I go, my brand goes. And I definitely don't see that changing.
Happy Birthday STAY VOCAL.
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