28 March . 2018
Frisco Finds: Tumbleweed TexStyles
One of the highlights of Hollyhock’s “Get Your Frisco On” festival on April 21 will be six pop-up shops that pair unique Frisco artisans with Hollyhock’s homebuilders.
Each of these creative Frisco businesses will set up shop for one day only in one of Hollyhock’s beautifully decorated model homes, infusing the model with their artistic creations and offering a carefully curated selection of merchandise for sale.
With its detached gameroom and courtyard with a spa pool, David Weekley’s Northington model home in Hollyhock has a relaxed vibe where every day feels like a vacation, or at least the weekend.
That makes the Northington a perfect setting for the Tumbleweed TexStyles pop-up shop, featuring their Texas and Oklahoma inspired designs for T-shirts, hats and koozies. This homegrown Frisco find also offers a home décor collection of framed images and custom designed drinkware.
Each of their designs is original, and some of their most popular T-shirts proclaim “Heck Yeah Texas”, “Come And Tube It” and “Texas Pitmaster". There are also several creative Frisco designs, including several featuring Frisco’s iconic logo.
One of the best things about Tumbleweed TexStyles is that they believe strongly in giving back to the Frisco community. Founded by two high school teachers, the company donates a percentage of each sale to the Frisco Education Foundation, which helps to provide scholarship opportunities for graduating high school seniors. So far, the company has donated more than $24,000 to the foundation. It has also donated to other worthy causes. In 2017, it donated $5,000 and 1,400 T-shirts to the American Red Cross for its Hurricane Harvey relief effort.
At “Get Your Frisco On,” visitors can register to win gift certificates from Tumbleweed TexStyles and all of the other vendors.
Along with the model home pop-up shops, “Get Your Frisco On” will feature light bites and libations from eight popular Frisco restaurants, pubs and bakeries, along with live music, lawn games and much more. Click here for complete details about this free family event.
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