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A Baton to Carry

A Baton to Carry

In collaboration with GoodwoodNola, we have designed and are producing this limited edition baton. We chose the baton for obvious reasons as a symbol of working together as a community and taking turns supporting each other. The profits from this baton will be donated to support Second Harvest Food Bank Disaster Response. These are limited edition, numbered and hand made. Please allow for a few weeks for production. Process: Each baton is a Red Oak dowel cut down to 1' lengths. The center is cut using a jig on the chop...

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Screens for Good

Screens for Good

Give Nola Day is the perfect day to share the news of an initiative within our company that we are very excited about. Since our founding in 2005, we have had the opportunity to work with some amazing non-profits and causes. We have had the chance to help donate over a $100,000 in products and a portion of sales to over 60 organizations. There always is a need to help community organizations raise funds and awareness. It is because of this that we are launching our new endeavor. This month Dirty Coast becomes 2 companies.  Dirty...

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K is for Kinfolk Collective

K is for Kinfolk Collective

The Dirty Coast team is always on the lookout for the latest and greatest New Orleans brands, especially those who champion giving back to our community. Lucky for us, Janna Hart of Kinfolk Collective saw us first.  Kinfolk is a company founded upon the simple idea that it is not enough to make something, you have to share it. We think these socks, NOLA-centric with patterns from crawfish to brass instruments, are certainly worth sharing After years of working in the fashion design industry of Los Angeles, Janna returned home...

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