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  • Writer's pictureKenya Bracamontes

This week at The Local - April 19, 2022

Updated: Apr 20, 2022

Welcome back to another week at The Local!

Last week we had a special surprise visit from the Easter Bunny! This just goes to show what amazing guests we have here at The Local. In celebration of our amazing Local community, we're starting a new guest highlight feature on our blog. If you would like to be featured, tag @thelocalbcs on Instagram!

Spring photos sponsored by Ready Set Picnic, The Polaroid Studio, and Angelle's Floral, are back! Click this link to check out your feature at The Local. Share your pictures with us by tagging @thelocalbcs and our sponsors. Can't wait to see them!

This week's market features over 30 vendors, food from Taco Boss, and a special giveaway from Burks Creations.

A special thank you to Burks Creations for sponsoring this week's giveaway featuring three pairs of earrings. Learn more about the creators, Travis & Ande Burks, below.

To sign up for your chance to win 3 pairs of earrings, head to the Lake Walk or Burks Creations tent.

*If you win, you are able to exchange earrings with Burks Creations to fit your style*

This giveaway entry is only open at The Local during operating hours. To sign up, simply head to the welcome table at the Lake Walk tent and scan the QR code or head to the highlighted vendor where they will also have a QR code giveaway form.

Q&A with owners Travis & Ande Burks

How long has your business been in operation?

January 2021

How did you get started?

Aggie owned and operated, Burks Creations started as a hobby for woodworking and has grown into a small home business. All of our items are handmade in College Station, TX

What products can customers expect from you?

Texas A&M Flag Cutting Board, Charcuterie Boards, Earrings, Whiskey & Cigar Holders, Handmade Dominoes ande more!

What is your favorite product you offer?

Texas A&M Flag Cutting Board

What is one thing customers might not know about you/your business that you'd like them

to know?

We were featured on KBTX's "Made in the Brazos Valley".

Why do you think people should visit The Local?

To support small family owned businesses.


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