The RE Store enters – and wins – a pumpkin carving contest!

The RE Store’s entry – The Sea of Shred

Carve for a Cause is a pumpkin carving contest event and fundraiser put on by Architects Without Borders –  Seattle (AWB-S), a nonprofit whose mission is to provide ecologically sensitive and culturally appropriate design assistance to communities in need.  This annual affair held at Design Within Reach in downtown Seattle calls upon design, contractor and other related firms to put their best and most creative carvers together to compete for the titles of best Traditional/Scary, Artistic/Freestyle, Judge’s Choice, and People’s Choice.  Seattle store staff, Mike Noon and Aaron Wendel, took the challenge to create an entry from The RE Store, creating The Sea of Shred.  The Judges were a discerning group of serious Halloween lovers and graphic designers from The Seattle Times and The Seattle Opera.  Some amazing designs were created, and the competition was stiff – but The RE Store won the honor of #1 Traditional/Scary!  We also were one vote away from the People’s Choice award, but lost out to Cyclops on that one.  Thanks to AWB-S for a great event – and to Mike and Aaron for their creative carving skills!

Our glass pumpkin award and a few entries, including Cyclops (top, right).

 

Provide Flood Relief

Rebuilding efforts from Whatcom County's historical flooding is just beginning. We have the opportunity to provide our community members with affordable, readily available materials from The RE Store. Together, we can generate $10,000 in rebuilding efforts. From now until January 28th, buy a flood relief gift card to The RE Store and we will match your gift to double your impact.