On and Open is a centralized digital marketplace for local, small businesses and non-profits offering discounted gift cards and products to help supplement the loss of cash flow due to the coronavirus.
Their goal is to ease the strain that many small businesses and non-profits are facing, specifically when it comes to cash flow. The program helps Statesboro and surrounding area small businesses and non-profits to keep their lights on and their doors open.
100% of the proceeds from every gift certificate purchased will go straight to the vendor.
How It Works
- You go to onandopen.com.
- Purchase a discounted gift card.
- They deliver the payment and your information to the vendor(s).
- The vendor will coordinate the delivery of the gift card to you.
For Your Business
If you’d like to have your business’s products or services featured, email email@example.com.
All of the Statesboro Main Street Farmers Market vendors have a story. Some are of decades old generational family farms. Some are of the desire to see healthier food options and increased environmental sustainability. And some are simply those who turned hobbies or crafts into steady sales. The 24/7 House, Inc. is no different. Here is their story.
The 24/7 House is a faith-based residential recovery facility that began in 2009. They operate in a renovated nursing home purchased from Appling County Healthcare Systems for $1.00, serving men and women who are in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. The staff conduct a multi-faceted and comprehensive program for recovery. Residents participate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for a minimum of one year to achieve a success rate that is over twice the industry average.
One part of that program is the greenhouse.
All residents at 24/7 House work in the greenhouse where they cultivate and harvest hydroponic local produce everyday. Currently, that includes living butterhead lettuce, camaro cucumbers, vine ripened beefsteak tomatoes (large and small), and green beefsteak tomatoes (perfect for frying!).
All proceeds from 24/7 Houses’ farmers market and Market2Go go to helping addicts in recovery.
Visit twentyfour7houseinc.com come for more information.
Go to statesboromarket2go.locallygrown.net to order from 24/7 House and dozens of other farmers market vendors.
Charlie’s Funky Junk Shop is a must when you’re browsing in Statesboro. Listed on the Georgia Antique Trail, this thrift shop is sure to satisfy your treasure hunting hankering.
This mom-and-daughter owned shop has a little bit of everything from unique clothing, books, and dishware all the way to old love letters. They take in new items with the philosophy of no junk left behind. Whether you are looking for something specific or nothing at all, you are certain to find something you’ll want to take home.
This downtown gem will celebrate its two year anniversary this August. With co-owner Trish being a Georgia Southern professor, the store is excited to be a part of yet another school year here in Statesboro. Look for Charlie’s Funky Junk Shop at GSU’s upcoming Browse the Boro.
Not only do they have all sorts of treasures inside, Charlie’s can be noticed from the street with their magnificent outside mural that doubles as a popular photo shoot backdrop.
Stop and shop but be sure to say “hi” to their welcome pups, Lewis and
Clark. Shop hours are 11am-5pm Wednesdays and Thursdays, 11am-6pm on Fridays, and 9am-4pm on Saturdays.