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Friday, April 2, 2010

John Reburn's "Edith Blanche" is a welcome addition to the Marketplace!

We are thrilled that our friend, John Reburn, has joined the Marketplace with "Edith Blanche"!

If you have visited Roanoke Valley Printworks (next to the Taubman Museum) you'll recognize this pair of friendly faces, John with his mom, Faye!

John has recently moved all of his cool, chock-full-of-crazy good things from RVP and reassembled them here in the Black Dog Marketplace...

including his fabulous Christmas finds. That's right... it's like Christmas morning every day here @ Black Dog!

Roanoke Valley Printworks has evolved into Appalachia Press and is now "leaner, meaner, keener and greener". With a focus on letterpress, stationery, wedding and design, the shop is open to the public Saturdays from 9am-5pm and by appointment only Monday-Friday.

John's eye for design and customer service are hard to beat. Personal plug: I'm proud to have been one of his 'brides' and absolutely adored all the work he did for our wedding! He comes highly recommended! ~ Christa

Edith Blanch
Black Dog Salvage

Appalachia Press
108 Salem Avenue, SE
Roanoke, VA 24011

Wondering why "Edith Blanche"?
Here she is!

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