Bring it on, Flo!

I love it when I spend like 40 minutes crafting a pensive and informative message for you and it never populates on Facebook! Can I get a virtual fist bump!?!? What, what?!?!

Don’t forget about the Boo Buckets to share with your friends. I put it out as 22 September 2018 to make it as a group, but we can do a one on one on one on one… Just come in and make one. No parameters set. Just a fun time to craft and share.

My cherished clients and future clients have been wondering whether or not I am open. Yes, I am! I will continue to offer normal business hours until it becomes unreasonable. If you are not willing to risk the drive, I am not either.

I will offer my space to those in need if there become a need. We need to take care of our own.

You see our fall bundle bouquet. Come in and make your own for you or someone that you love. The holidays are right around the quarter (hahahahah). Let’s make something!

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I am a 24 year U.S. Army Veteran. I served in Hungary in 2006-2007, Kuwait and Iraq in 2003, and also supported Armed Forces Members from 2009-2010 in support of the Afghanistan and Iraq campaigns. I have also been fortunate enough to mentor and assist so many young scholars and Soldiers in becoming leaders. Nothing warms my heart more.

I spent 7 years of my life as a Law Enforcement officer. I am a Global Career Development Facilitator. I established the first financial aid eligible truck driver training program in the U.S. in 2016 from what I was told, and now I am here to provide the quality vinyl and creative training that you seek.

I have 3 of the best personalities that I could find to assist me in our quest to make your experience unparalleled by any other vinyl provider. Ashton Van Putten and Lana Collins and Jada Powell. They bring awesomeness to the store that I hope you enjoy.

I will never steer you wrong. I find price gouging to be unethical and reprehensible. I will help you find what you need for the least amount possible