Lone Star Pin-up Opening Up in Salado
I will be featuring a very unique local small business in this Sunday's Spotlight. A few years ago, Erin Shephard decided it might be fun to dress up and use her creative skills to make some retro, 1940's style pin-ups with her friends. Next thing she knew, she doing it for a living. She will be opening her second Lone Star Pin-up Photography location in Salado this October.
Not bad work if you can get it.
You will have to check in on Sunday to read her story and see some really cool pictures of her glammed out in her studio. But that doesn't mean you have to wait until Sunday to meet Erin and see what Lone Star Pin-ups is all about. She is unveiling her new studio with a soft opening on Saturday, September 15 in Salado. There will be free wine, food and ambiance provided by The Range Restuarant, Tenroc Ranch, Lone Star Pin-up, The Venue by Inn On The Creek, Salado Inn and others. If that is not enough to get you out there, a chance to meet Erin should be. She is a dynamic local entrepreneur, and she is pretty funny. If you don't like her sense of humor, you can just pretend to laugh and stuff your face with free grub.
Here are the deets:
When: Saturday, September 15, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: 418 North Main St. in Salado
Why: I believe I mentioned the free booze.
Contact Mason Lerner at firstname.lastname@example.org or (254) 501-7567