|Cool shirt, bro! Where'd ya get it?|
Boston, MA: In 1742, Peter Faneuil built Faneuil Hall for all Bostonians, but stipulated that the first floor must forever serve as a marketplace. Now, 270 years later, after a major renovation to this historic landmark, a group of young entrepreneurial merchants—the globally conscious teens employed at AFH—will launch Artists For Humanity-The Store tomorrow, Friday, May 25th with a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11:30 a.m.!
|Fresh AFH t's and hoodies!|
|Working on our cool, recycled check-out counter!|
|New tables made by our teen-sculptors|
Mayor Menino, Ken Salazar, Secretary of The Interior, and other dignitaries will be on-hand for the celebration…and hopefully, you will too!
|One of our unique tables made out of recycled materials!|
Come to The Store opening tomorrow and meet the young, talented artists responsible for creating, designing, and producing cool new t's, recycled ReVision furniture, unique photographs and more!
Artists For Humanity –The Store is located at One Faneuil Hall Square, Boston, MA, 02109.
Can’t make it to our grand ribbon-cutting on Friday? Then come another time! The Store will be open Monday through Saturday 10 – 9, and Sunday 11 – 6.