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Buffalo Restaurant Hosting $5 “A17ENTOWN” Tee Pop-Up Event Saturda

Press release: Two local entrepreneurs have come up with a creative way to stay busy during COVID lockdown, and benefit local business as well.

Entrepreneur Tim Walton has teamed up with owner Brandon Carr of Buffalo restaurant, ‘The Quarter’, to host a pop-up t-shirt event with a little Buffalo football spin too. The duo plans to do a pop up event and sell t-shirts donning the phrase “Welcome To A17ENTOWN” this Saturday.

How much you ask?  You can literally name the price you want to pay, with the minimum being just $5.

“The concept is you get to name your price. There’s a $5 minimum, but anything after that is going to be donated back into local restaurants and businesses. If you just want a shirt for $5, that’s totally fine! Come get one or many. If you want to pay $10 or $20 that’s fine too. There’s no pressure to pay more. We want to make sure everyone can be affordably decked out in Red White and Blue gear.” said Walton

The pop-up will have shirts available for the first 1000 people and are available on a first come first serve basis, but will have unlimited quantity online. Anyone picking up a shirt must follow all COVID rules and wear a mask when picking up. 

If you are not able to or not comfortable picking up in person or are out of town, you can order online at ShirtVibes.com for just $5 online, and there’s a tip button, to add an extra donation if you choose.

The restaurant will also be open for dining starting at 1pm.

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