Pumpkin Modeling Debut with Culture Shock

The pumpkins got a supporting role in a recent jewelry photo shoot in the patch.  Christine Alexis, the designer of Culture Shock  jewelry contacted us about doing a photo shoot in the patch and we were so flattered.  As it turns out we have a lot in common with this young local company.  The pumpkin patch business model is socially conscious and agriculturally sustainable.  Culture Shock is too!  From their web site, "Founded in October 2012, with a principle of social justice, we give back to our community by supporting organizations with missions similar to ours."  We are honored that they have featured our pumpkins in the latest marketing campaign.

In September 2013, Christine was named New Orleans Magazine’s People to Watch, and we are watching!  Keep up the great work! 

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