HOPSCOTCH 2014 SCHEDULE RELEASED; ALL REMAINING TICKETS ON SALE FOR FESTIVAL'S FIFTH ANNIVERSARY


Hopscotch Music Festival, called “America’s (Secretly) Best Festival” and “the premiere experimental and underground festival in America,” celebrates its fifth anniversary in downtown Raleigh, N.C., this Sept. 4-6, 2014. The festival, noted for its eclectic programming, presents more than 140 bands in a wide range of genres. With today’s schedule announcement, Hopscotch maintains its tradition of pairing notable acts from all over the US and abroad with North Carolina’s great talent. Approximately 40% of the festival’s artists hail from in-state—a figure few, if any, nationally recognized music events can claim.

The 2014 Hopscotch schedule is highlighted by the festival’s first ever Thursday night main stage show in Raleigh City Plaza featuring hip-hop pioneers De La Soul and Durham’s Toon & The Real Laww. Friday’s City Plaza bill sees Spoon play downtown Raleigh for the first time in many years along with St. Vincent, recently called “the best rock band in the world” by Noisey, and local favorites Lonnie Walker. On Saturday, Hopscotch’s final night in City Plaza closes with Atlanta’s boundary pushing metal mavericks, Mastodon, being joined by Detroit proto-punk legends Death and Raleigh’s own Valient Thorr.
The bulk of the festival occurs in a variety of venues located within a highly walkable, tightly-knit footprint in Raleigh’s downtown. On Thursday night, Hopscotch’s diversity is on display early in the weekend with The War on Drugs, Thurston Moore, Tim Hecker, Lunice, Reigning Sound, MV & EE, Mutual Benefit, and experimental group IIII headlining bills across the city. On Friday, Mark Kozelek’s Sun Kil Moon, LA noise-rap outfit clipping., Texas thrashers Power Trip, avant-garde violinist Tony Conrad, former Ween frontman Aaron Freeman’s new band, FREEMAN, and Raleigh alt-country heroes 6 String Drag are a part of incredible shows throughout the schedule grid. On Saturday, England super producer Jamie xx, Oakland power trio High on Fire, Canadian punks White Lung, soulful Stockholm singer/rapper Mapei, 19-piece Providence brass band What? Cheer Brigade, and Matthew Houck playing a Phosphorescent solo set are a few headliners among a final night full of fun.
Joining the lineup are recently announced artists Tim Hecker and Priests. Meanwhile, there are three cancellations to note: The Haxan Cloak, Eagulls, and Vadaat Charigim—three acts we were looking forward to seeing at Hopscotch and three who would have been traveling from overseas—are withdrawing due to circumstances beyond our control. We regret having to make the announcement.
Please visit http://hopscotchmusicfest.com/lineup/2014 for more details.
TICKETS
VIP passes are sold-out! There are less than 700 3-Day passes remaining for Hopscotch 2014, and they are on sale now at http://hopscotchmusicfest.com/buy-tickets. Each of these passes allows for entry into all festival club shows and all three City Plaza headlining shows.
1-Day passes are also on sale now. These passes are good for every Hopscotch show on one specific day: that night’s City Plaza headlining show and club sets. Thursday is $75, Friday is $85, and Saturday is $85. Quantities of 1-Day passes are limited.
Individual City Plaza main stage tickets are on sale now:
De La Soul + Toon & The Real Laww, Thursday, Sept. 4: Buy Tix
Spoon + St. Vincent + Lonnie Walker, Friday, Sept. 5: Buy Tix
Mastodon + Death + Valient Thorr, Saturday, Sept. 6: Buy Tix  
To purchase tickets and wristbands, visit www.hopscotchmusicfest.com and www.etix.com.

MORE TO COME
In the coming weeks, Hopscotch will announce POSTERscotch 2014, SiteWork’s art exhibition, a full slate of day parties, and more.

HOPSCOTCH DESIGN FESTIVAL
Hopscotch Music Festival and New Kind, the Raleigh-based design and community-building firm, are thrilled to announce the inaugural Hopscotch Design Festival. The first event of its kind to emerge from an acclaimed music event, Hopscotch Design Festival will gather distinguished national talent and notable local contributors to share ideas and foster conversation about how design is shaping the future. Scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 3 and Thursday, Sept. 4, in various downtown Raleigh venues, Hopscotch Design features more than 30 sessions from presenters who work across the disciplines of graphic design, user experience design, urban planning, technology, architecture, music, food, film, and more. With interactive sessions, workshops, and parties, the two-day event will blend seamlessly into Hopscotch Music Festival beginning Thursday evening. The full lineup will be announced later today, July 22.

REVIEWS AND PREVIEWS FOR HOPSCOTCH
"Skip Lollapalooza and head to Hopscotch."—The Huffington Post, 2014
“Hopscotch: perfection, indeed” —The News & Observer, Raleigh
“Like most who know of its perfection, I'm almost afraid to gush too much at the risk of jinxing or ruining the best three days of music experiences one can be given. It's SXSW without the stress, corporate overwhelming smack across the face, and dare I say Raleigh, NC becomes the most special town in the world for this one weekend.Perfectly curated with a blind ear to any buzz, specific genre, or anything else...Hopscotch Festival can turn the biggest music snob cynic into a carefree music lover once again. The word perfect is thrown around lightly all over the place (I misuse it all the time), but that's the only word to describe this dream of a music festival...PERFECT.”—We Listen For You, Louisville
“Hopscotch Music Festival is one of the best and most eclectic music festivals in America.” —Spin

“In Raleigh Thursday through Saturday, it was all about an extraordinarily cool roster of bands. With streets cordoned off throughout the downtown area, thousands of people ... wandered among ten participating music venues, creating a Mardi Gras-like atmosphere.” —Rolling Stone

- A Press Release

DIXIE CLASSIC FARMERS MARKET TO HOST 12TH ANNUAL TOMATO SALSA CONTEST

The Dixie Classic Farmers Market will host the 12th Annual Tomato Salsa Contest, Saturday August 2 at 9:00 a.m. Tomato Salsa judging will begin at 9:30 a.m. and winners will be announced at 10:00 a.m. Cash prizes of $50 first place, $30 second place and $15 third place, and ribbons will be awarded to winners. Winning salsa maker will also receive a free pass to the Dixie Classic Fair. Entry deadline is Wednesday, July 30. To register or for more information call 336-655-9785 or visit www.dcfair.com.

This year’s Salsa Contest is a part of Winston Week of Tomato celebration. The Winston-Salem Journal’s Slice of Summer Tomato Tasting and DADA’s Art Meets Tomatoes will be held at the Gallery Hop on Friday, August 1.

Please check the website for possible changes in dates and for registration information.
August
2                12th Annual Salsa Contest
9                $20 Food Challenge with Nikki Miller-Ka
23             $20 Food Challenge with Nikki Miller-Ka
September
13             $20 Food Challenge with Nikki Miller-Ka and Bee Keepers Demonstration featuring Forsyth County Bee Keepers Association



The Dixie Classic Farmers Market features vendors from across the region offering fresh produce, flowers, herbs, bedding plants and more for sale every Saturday from 6:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. The market is located at the Dixie Classic Fairgrounds, 421 W. 27th Street, Winston-Salem.  For information about the Dixie Classic Farmers Market, or to register for contests or workshops, visit www.dcfair.com, or call 727-2336.

- A Press Release

Suspected Burglar Released after Investigation Clears Him

GREENSBORO, NC (July 21, 2014) – Thomas Paul Lee, the 51- year-old man accused of committing multiple  burglaries, has been released from police custody after further investigation revealed that he was not responsible for the crimes.
   After a lengthy and often conflicting interview with Lee, Greensboro police eliminated him as a suspect in the six commercial burglaries. 
Earlier today, Lee barricaded himself in his condominium at 306 N Lindell Road, resulting on the activation of the Greensboro Police Department's Special Response Team and Hostage Negotiation Team.            

After a brief stand off, Lee exited his residence without incident. 

Police are continuing to look for the person responsible for breaking and entering into the businesses.


It is unclear why Lee was uncooperative when police first attempted to interview him, or why he did not present evidence of his innocence when detectives were questioning him.
- A Police Report

Two males jump out of car with guns and rob walkers

At 11:23 p.m. on July 21—Greensboro Police responded to 3944 Eastland Ave. in reference to a robbery from individual that occurred ten minutes earlier near Franklin Boulevard and Eastland Ave.  The two victims were walking on Franklin Boulevard when a dark colored vehicle pulled-up beside them.  Two black-male suspects exited the vehicle both brandishing handguns.  The two suspects ordered the victims to empty their pockets and then left the area upon obtaining a smart phone and a pair of sneakers.

The suspects were black-males, both heavyset, unknown age and wearing their shirts around their necks.  The suspect vehicle was described as an older model, dark colored, possibly a 1970’s model vehicle.

No injuries were reported.
                                                                                                           
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 336-373-1000. 
- A Police Report

PAST CHAMPIONS JOIN WYNDHAM CHAMPIONSHIP FIELD

WEBB SIMPSON
With just three weeks remaining before the 75th anniversary Wyndham Championship, three PGA TOUR stars highlight the players making early commitments to the Wyndham field.  Webb Simpson, Brandt Snedeker and defending champion Patrick Reed have now officially joined the field and will play this year’s Wyndham Championship, the tournament announced today.  The 75th anniversary Wyndham Championship is set for Aug. 11-17, 2014 at Sedgefield Country Club.
Simpson is the 2011 Wyndham winner and the 2012 U.S. Open Champion.  The Wake Forest University alumnus is making his sixth consecutive appearance here.  He finished tied for 11th last year.  Simpson is currently 13th in the FedExCup point standings and 29th in the Official World Golf Rankings.
Snedeker earned his first-career victory at the 2007 Wyndham Championship, the first tournament with Wyndham Worldwide as the title sponsor.  He was later named the 2007 PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year and has gone onto an exemplary career.  He is the 2012 FedExCup champion and has six-career PGA TOUR victories.  This year’s tournament will be Snedeker’s seventh consecutive appearance here. After battling some early-season injuries, Snedeker is 86th in the current FedExCup point standings and 35th in the Official World Golf Rankings.
Reed captured his first-career PGA TOUR win at the Wyndham last year. He survived a thrilling two-hole playoff with 2013 PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year Jordan Spieth.  Since then, he won the Humana Challenge in partnership with the Clinton Foundation and the World Golf Championships Cadillac Championship earlier this year.  He enters the 75th anniversary Wyndham Championship in 10th place in the current FedExCup point standings and 30th in the Official World Golf Rankings. 
“We always say our field will start taking shape around the middle of July, and these three players make a pretty good start,” Wyndham Championship tournament director Mark Brazil said.  “A FedExCup champion, a U.S. Open champion and three former winners – that’s impressive.  If we can keep things going at this pace, we should have a great field by the time the Wyndham gets here next month.”  

Celebrating its 75th anniversary in 2014 and contested annually on the Donald Ross-designed course at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C., the Wyndham Championship was founded in 1938 and is the sixth-oldest event on the PGA TOUR excluding the Majors.  Tickets are available at Piedmont Triad Harris Teeter locations, www.wyndhamchampionship.com or through the tournament office.  The tournament thanks title sponsor Wyndham Worldwide, presenting sponsor BB&T and Premier Partners, Cadillac, Harris Teeter, Lincoln Financial, McConnell Golf, New Breed Logistics, Sunbrella®, Technology Concepts & Design, Inc. and VF Corporation for their continued support.  Additional tournament information, including ticket packages and sponsorship information, is available at www.wyndhamchampionship.com or through the tournament office at (336) 379-1570.  For more information about Wyndham Worldwide, please visit www.wyndhamworldwide.com.  Stay connected with the Wyndham Championship through its social media channels, including the Wyndham Championship Facebook page, Twitter, Instagram, Foursquare, Flickr and YouTube.
-Submitted by Rob Goodman

Crossroads @ SECCA #010: Hiss Golden Messenger and William Tyler

Saturday, July 26, 2014 @ 7pm

$25/ VIP, $15/ general admission, $10/ students

We are proud to announce Hiss Golden Messenger and William Tyler as the co-headlining artists for the tenth installment of the Crossroads @ SECCA concert series on July 26, 2014.
Doors will open at 5 p.m. along with food and beverage purchases. The concert will begin at 7:00 p.m. Tickets for Crossroads @ SECCA #010 are $25 for VIP, $15 for general admission, $10 for students and are available now through Eventbrite.
Hiss Golden Messenger is the project of songwriter M.C. Taylor. Taylor’s music draws from the deep well of traditional and vernacular Southern song that Taylor has explored and documented as a practicing folklorist, as well as the more alchemical strains of 1970’s country-rock, dub music, and kosmische music. Summarized by The Huffington Post, “like Van Morrison circa Astral Weeks, Hiss Golden Messenger confounds traditional-music genre expectations.” For more on Hiss Golden Messenger, visit www.mergerecords.com/hiss-golden-messenger.
William Tyler is a Nashville guitarist and composer. He spent years woodshedding and touring with Nashville groups like Lambchop and Silver Jews before breaking away to focus on his own version of instrumental guitar music. For more on William Tyler, visit www.williamtyler.net.
- From SECCA web site

Eastern Music Festival Celebrates Their Final Week of Concerts

Eastern Music Festival presents the final week of concerts, July 21st - July 26th. 
For tickets contact the EMF Box Office at Triad Stage at 336.272.0160

Saturday, July 26th:
Joseph M. Bryan, Jr. Festival Orchestra Series
James Ehnes, violin
8pm, Dana Auditorium, Guilford College
Tickets: General Admission $30, Reserved Seating $40
Known for his virtuosity and probing musicianship, violinist James Ehnes has performed in over 30 countries on five continents, appearing regularly in the world's great concert halls with many of the most celebrated orchestras and conductors.

Monday, July 21st:
Monday Chamber Series 
Featuring Jon Kimura Parker, piano and Keith Spencer, baritone

8pm, UNCG School of Music Recital Hall
Tickets: General Admission $20

EMF Faculty along with guest artists Jon Kimura Parker and Keith Spencer perform chamber works including Brahms Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, op.25 and the World Premiere of Bright Sheng's piece titled Deep Red.


Tuesday, July 22nd:
Tuesday Chamber Series 
Featuring EMF Faculty
8pm, Christ United Methodist Church
Tickets: General Admission $20
EMF Faculty perform chamber works including Schumann's Piano Quintet in E-flat major, op.44.
 
Wednesday, July 23rd: 
Friends & Great Performers Series

The Organ & Choral Music of Fauré and Langlais
8pm, Temple Emanuel
Tickets: $20

Featuring conductor, Gerard Schwarz, choral conductor, Carole Ott, guest artist André Lash, organ, and the Festival Chorus.


Thursday, July 24th:   
Tannenbaum-Sternberger Young Artists Orchestra Series
8pm, Dana Auditorium, Guilford College
Tickets: General Admission $15
EMF’s gifted student orchestra, led by associate conductors, José-Luis Novo and Grant Cooper, will perform pieces by Ravel as well as a special performance by the EMF Concerto Competition Winners.

Friday, July 25th: 
Tannenbaum-Sternberger Young Artists Orchestra Series

8pm, Dana Auditorium, Guilford College
Tickets: General Admission $15
EMF’s gifted student orchestra, led by associate conductors, José-Luis Novo and Grant Cooper, will perform pieces by Debussy as well as a special performance by the EMF Concerto Competition Winners.

_____________________________ FREE & SPECIAL EVENTS
Monday, July 21st:
Student Chamber Music Recital
1:30pm, Sternberger Auditorium - Founders Hall on the campus of Guilford College
Free and open to the public.
Take a break and join EMF's Young Artists as they perform classical favorites in chamber ensembles.
 
Tuesday, July 22nd:
Student Chamber Music Recital
1:30pm, Sternberger Auditorium - Founders Hall on the campus of Guilford College
Free and open to the public.
Take a break and join EMF's Young Artists as they perform classical favorites in chamber ensembles.

Wednesday, July 23rd:
Percussion Ensemble

4pm, Dana Auditorium - Guilford College
Tickets: $10.00

One of the most innovative and exciting concerts of the summer, featuring the percussion section.

Wednesday, July 23rd:
Pianopalooza

8pm, Dana Auditorium - Guilford College
Tickets: $15.00


This country's best young pianists perform a variety of classics for two hands, four hands, eight hands, who knows?


Friday, July 25th:
EMF Piano Sale

9am - Noon, Dana Auditorium - Guilford College
By appointment only.

Though new to the U.S., Seiler pianos have been handcrafted in Germany since 1849 and can be found in many of the finest venues in Europe and Asia. Don't miss this unique opportunity to own one of the renowned instruments for yourself. All Seiler pianos played at the Eastern Music Festival are available for purchase at specially discounted prices.

Pianos may be pre-selected for purchase during the festival, or purchased as part of the EMF Piano Sale Weekend. This is an exclusive limited time special offering.

Call (800) 203-4548 to arrange your appointment or for more information.


Friday, July 25th: 
Master Class with Jeffrey Multer, violin
4pm, Sternberger Auditorium - Founders Hall on the campus of Guilford College.
Tickets: $10.00

Witness the world's finest performers and pedagogues in one-on-one coaching sessions with EMF Young Artists.


Friday, July 25th:
Musically Speaking
7pm, Dana Auditorium - Moon Room
Free and open to the public.
Maestro Peter Perret explores the history behind the evening's composers and repertoire in a casual, conversational atmosphere during EMF's summer season. 


Saturday, July 26th:
EMF Piano Sale

9am - Noon, Dana Auditorium - Guilford College
By appointment only.

Though new to the U.S., Seiler pianos have been handcrafted in Germany since 1849 and can be found in many of the finest venues in Europe and Asia. Don't miss this unique opportunity to own one of the renowned instruments for yourself. All Seiler pianos played at the Eastern Music Festival are available for purchase at specially discounted prices.

Pianos may be pre-selected for purchase during the festival, or purchased as part of the EMF Piano Sale Weekend. This is an exclusive limited time special offering.

Call (800) 203-4548 to arrange your appointment or for more information.
 
Saturday, July 26th:
Student Chamber Music Recital
1:30pm, Sternberger Auditorium - Founders Hall on the campus of Guilford College
Free and open to the public.
Take a break and join EMF's Young Artists as they perform classical favorites in chamber ensembles.

Saturday, July 26th:
EMF String Scholar Recital

Featuring EMF String Scholars and guest artists Julian Schwarz, cello and Marika Bournaki, piano.
4pm, Carnegie Room of Hege Library - Guilford College
Free and open to the public.


Saturday, July 26th:
Musically Speaking
7pm, Dana Auditorium - Moon Room
Free and open to the public.
Musicologist Dr. Greg Carroll explores the history behind the evening's composers and repertoire in a casual, conversational atmosphere during EMF's summer season. 


Saturday, July 26th:
EMF Piano Sale

9am - Noon, Dana Auditorium - Guilford College
Free and open to the public.

Though new to the U.S., Seiler pianos have been handcrafted in Germany since 1849 and can be found in many of the finest venues in Europe and Asia. Don't miss this unique opportunity to own one of the renowned instruments for yourself. All Seiler pianos played at the Eastern Music Festival are available for purchase at specially discounted prices.

Pianos may be pre-selected for purchase during the festival, or purchased as part of the EMF Piano Sale Weekend. This is an exclusive limited time special offering.

Call (800) 203-4548 to arrange your appointment or for more information.
 

_____________________________ SAVE THE DATE
Friday, August 1st:
Fringe Series
Nora Jane Struthers & The Party Line
8pm, Triad Stage
Tickets: $17.00

Nora Jane Struthers & The Party Line are a traveling Carnival of acoustic Americana. The high energy, Nashville based quintet perform Struthers' original story-songs with tight, three-part harmonies, fiddle, claw-hammer banj
o, acoustic guitar, bass, and drums. Struthers was catapulted into the spotlight when she lead her band to a blue ribbon at the prestigious 2010 Telluride Bluegrass Festival band competition (previous winners include Nickel Creek and The Dixie Chicks) and now her group is touring heavily in support of their latest release, Carnival. Struthers' songs are as steeped in American history, and as well crafted, as the beautiful vintage dresses she wears on stage.
 
Saturday, August 2nd:
Fringe Series
The Defibulators
8pm, Triad Stage
Tickets: $22.00
"With their new album, 'Debt'll Get Em', the band lives will beyond the promise of their first album and the critics praise, delivering a blistering, let's-get-down-to-the-truth, eclectic mix of musical styles that push and stretch the boundaries of country music by blending genre-bending guitars, fiddles, and banjo with the often haunting vocals of Erin Bru and the won't-let-you-stop-thinking lyrics of Bug Jennings... a drunken square dance on speed." -Popmatters
 
Friday, August 8th:
Fringe Series
Phil Cook & The Guitarheels
8pm, Triad Stage
Tickets: $22.00
Phil Cook is an American banjoist, pianist and singer. A Wisconsin transplant, now living in Raleigh, NC, Phil cites diverse influences including Bill Evans, Bruce Hornsby, Keith Jarrett, Jerry Douglas, Ry Cooder, Greg Leisz and Bill Frisell. Phil was a founding member of Megafaun, a freak-folk trio. His new project, the Guitarheels, pays tribute to his adopted state and provides a full backdrop to his tender and patient compositions that celebrate the traditions of the past by redefining them for the future. Cook joins an exciting class of modern musicians who are carrying the torch of authentic folk music.
Opening for The Guitarheels will be Molly McGinn performing her song series "Postcards from the Swamp".


Saturday, August 9th:

Fringe Series
Jonathan Byrd and The Pickup Cowboys
8pm, Triad Stage
Tickets: $17.00
Jonathan Byrd is a preacher’s son. A Gulf War veteran, and a Kerrville New Folk award winner from seven generations of North Carolinians. A Jonathan Byrd show is musical theater, bringing together the Texas songwriting tradition with southern storytelling and hot guitar picking in the line of North Carolina greats Doc Watson and Tony Rice. A stalwart of modern folk music, Byrd has released five solo albums with a surprising variety of musical directions, and an acoustic collaboration with fellow songwriter Diana Jones.

A Press Release
 

Greensboro Fashion Week 2014: Foreign Cars Italia and Porsche of Greensboro presents the 1st Annual Fashion Week of Greensboro.

"Sept. 5 and 6, Foriegn Cars Italia and Porsche of Greensboro presents the 1st annual Greensboro Fashion Week with the debut theme: ―Shooting for the Stars‖ This inaugural runway exhibition is created and produced by Witneigh Davis and Giovanni Ramadani, a fashionable duo that has reveled in the Greensboro fashion culture for over 5 years. In keeping with this theme, they have partnered with a true star in the Greensboro community. This year’s platinum sponsor, Jeff Fransisco, owner of Foreign Cars Italia and Porsche of Greensboro, has been in business for over 35 years and is the Triad’s most reputable dealer for Ferrari's, Maserati's, Aston Martins, and Porches. 

Four-time Emmy winning cinematographer, Wilky Black, from Hayzen's Productions of Greensboro will be capturing these stars on video. Black is sure to shine alongside fellow Grammy alum, Kyle Britt. Britt, this year’s Lead Stylist and also a Greensboro native, was a standout hair stylist for the 2013 Grammy awards and has made his mark in over 10 high-fashion shows. 

Stars are sure to be out as Greensboro's fashion elite come together to create an eclectic runway showcase of modern style and trend setting fashion. Every aspect of the production (the lighting and set design, marketing and promotion, vendors, models, support staff, and of course, the runway collections) have been created to both showcase and introduce the Greensboro fashion scene. Ultimately, Greensboro Fashion Week's mission is to create a fashion movement that inspires and encourages the community to accept and embrace the fashion industry and its local presence. 

This is an exciting opportunity for local and regional designers, make-up artists, models, and boutique owners to showcase their talent through the energy of a major runway production. Besides highlighting this local talent, the show hopes to foster new relationships between these individuals so that they may meet, collaborate, learn, and inspire one another—ensuring the growth of this industry for years to come. 
Guests of the show can also expect exquisite intermission entertainment in the form of a surprise local vocalist. 

Tickets to the Greensboro Fashion Week event may be purchased soon at www.GreensboroFashionWeek.com or at the door on the night of the show. Prices are: $25 General Admission, $50 Premium Seating, and $100 VIP seats. (Please note that Premium Seating and VIP tickets are limited and a separate ticket is required for each show.) 

This event also features and supports a local nonprofit organization; Emily’s Plea. Emily’s Plea is a local charity that educates on drunk and distracted driving and a portion of all proceeds will be donated to this amazing organization. Please visit www.emilysplea.com for more information. 

Greensboro Fashion Week sponsorships are still available and are filling up fast. For more information on this, or to inquire about press-passes or VIP seating opportunities, please contact Witneigh Davis, Director of Communications, at (336) 245-1525 or at info@greensborofashionweek.com"
A Press Release