Have you made plans to attend the National Folk Festival, to be held in Greensboro on September 11-13, 2015? It will be fabulous. The other day, we went barreling downtown to the 300 block of Davie Street, thinking we'd found the national headquarters of the festival. As it turns out, the sign is an advertisement for the advertising and public relations business, King's English. Their website posts the statement, "20 years of words, pictures, and ideas & a bunch of clever people." Only, on their website, that statement is posted in multiple colors and a variety of fonts! Clever, clever, indeed!
As for the National Folk Festival. Let's all attend so there will be standing-room-only crowds and Greensboro will have more and more offers for these national events. If you like folk music and traditions, you will love the festival. Follow the link, here. You might even hear performers with dialects sounding similar to the King's English! In you go by the advertising agency, thank them for giving a shout out to a very important and FREE happening in Greensboro.
Greensboro is ready!