Governor Cooper announced that masks are mandatory in public places, effective Friday, June 26. So, if we’re going to cover up our RBF, we’re doing it in style. Here are a few small businesses selling masks face coverings.
:: Twigg & Co.: You can find locally-made masks in a variety of sizes and colors. If they don’t have what you’re looking for, they’ll customize your order.
:: Pink of the Pines: Snag a covering in your favorite Lilly print from Pink of the Pines.
:: Monkee’s of the Pines: Choose from fun patterns or neutral colors that’ll match any ‘fit.
:: Mockingbird on Broad: Find patterned half scarfs, or masks that say exactly what your hidden facial expression can’t. Our favorite: “I swear, I’m not here to rob you.”
:: Johnny O’s Awards: You can get little Lord Barkquad’s face, or something that tells everyone how you really feel, printed on a mask at Johnny O’s.
:: 1350: Choose from a variety of fabrics for kids and adults, and add some embroidered personalization to your covering.
:: Burney Hardware (Aberdeen and Seven Lakes): They currently have reusable cloth masks and single KN95 masks for sale.
See one that we missed? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll continue to update this list as we receive information.