By Admin, BuyLocalBG.com, BuyLocalBg@gmail.com/
Monday, May 14th, 2012 12:00 PM CST
As downtown groups fight over different things, there is growth happening. Because there are so many good elements to being in downtown Bowling Green. While others fight over petty politics others help rebuild downtown to it’s old glory. Another brick to rebuilding downtown happened this weekend as “Spotcash” sign re-lit in glory at Labold and Sons. Kudos to Danielle and Tim for restoring a cornerstone to downtown!
Tony Felchlin of Bowling Green works on an old neon sign Friday in front of Labold and Sons Salvage, which occupies the old Spot Cash Store space on Main Avenue. Felchlin and Bob Basham of Neon Campus were repairing the sign for Labold and Sons, owner Danielle Labold said. “It hasn’t been lit for more than 30 years,” she said. Photo and quote by BGDailyNews.com
Photo via Then and Now Bowling Green facebook page.
Labold and Sons has really become a friend to the “Buy Local” community and over the next year we hope the city embraces their unique shop as they develop their concept. Located at 326 E. Main Ave. currently you can fan them on facebook.