$1000 Giveaway to Two Old Hippies

Two lucky people will both win a $500 gift card to Two Old Hippies, an amazing Nashville lifestyle store, located in the Gulch.

 

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We are big fans of this store which is also a music venue (did you see it recently in ABC’s Nashville?!). Selling apparel, jewelry, and footwear for both men and women, as well as a fabulous collection of gifts and their newly launched home collection, this store just gets better and better with changing inventory each week.

 

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While musical instruments are excluded from this giveaway, make sure to check out the guitar room while at the store. Known as “The Vault,” this space is host to their premium Bedell and Breedlove guitars and Weber Mandolins, providing a sanctuary for those that wish to jam in a quiet space. Two Old Hippies also sells Premium Guitars brands: Martin, Lowden, Gallagher, Batson, Republic & National. Inquire about their guitar rentals.

 

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While at Two Old Hippies, you will be astonished at the breadth of what they have to offer, yet it is never overwhelming. This is the type of store that is an experience and you’ll want to linger, each time you visit.

 

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At StyleBlueprint, we are big fans and are constantly telling people to visit Two Old Hippies as it’s simply one of our very favorite stores in town. Go to shop. Go to wander around. Go to listen to music. Really, there are so many reasons to just go and experience this store. And, if you are one of the two winners, well, we are green with envy!

 

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