Nashville boutique's apparel available for limited time at Brown County Music Center after being featured at GRAMMY® Awards
After a trip to the 2023 GRAMMY® Awards, apparel with a message of kindness from Nashville's own Lumi Boutique is now available for a limited time at the Brown County Music Center! The locally made "Let's Be Better Humans" apparel was recently included in the official GRAMMY ® gift bag given to the award show's presenters and performers in February 2023.
Lumi Boutique (67 Franklin St., Nashville) is owned and operated by Finnish-American Mari Hendricks, and sells apparel, soy candles, bath and body products. Hendricks also makes cosmetics that are Leaping Bunny Cruelty Free Certified. “I’m really excited to bring a small town message of kindness into the spotlight,” says Hendricks. “I hope everyone who receives a shirt is inspired to spread kindness around the world. I think we all could use a little more kindness in our lives and in the community.”
Patrons attending shows at the Brown County Music Center can purchase the "Let's Be Better Humans" apparel at the venue Box Office for a limited time during regular and event hours beginning March 8, 2023.
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