You Might Have to Earmuff It While Drinking Your Coffee in WPB: Cussing Cozies

Actually, it might be eyemuff?!?!  Wicker Park/Bucktown has a thriving art scene and some signs of a stronger-than-expected economy, and we here at DNS like to see those worlds collide in a new way.  One of the ways this can happen is when a new product does well at one of the many craft fairs or boutique stores in the area.

The Renegade Craft Fair happened last weekend and there was at least one product that did really well: the cussing cozy.  (Warning: if you go to the website, they do not pull punches).  To me, this is an example of a product that fits a particular neighborhood.  WPB is littered with coffee places.  The only place where you can find the venerable Stumptown coffee is in WPB (a coffee blog post is on the way after a little more research).   WPB is also known for style- and eco-conscious people, so a reusable cozy with a little attitude feels right at home.

If you have an idea for a cozy that you would like to see, but it’s not on the website give them a suggestion.  I talked to the inventor and I think she would be open to putting a good idea into production.

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Mark has built a reputation as a responsive and dedicated broker who uses his market expertise and extensive background in finance to identify and close on prime opportunities for his clients. As a multi-year top-producing agent at a boutique real estate firm, he brings an unparalleled level of experience, skills, and customer service to real estate transactions. Whether working with a first-time condo buyer or selling a multi-million dollar investment property, Mark strives to understand each client's unique needs and leads them confidently through all aspects of what is often a complex process. Constantly looking at the long-term benefits, Mark educates his clients with their future in mind, and remains a trusted advisor long after any single transaction has closed.
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