“We want to make it a fun time and an opportunity to shop beyond just records,” said Erik L. Jones founding partner of Vinyl & Vittles .
“We want people to enjoy themselves, even if they don’t own a record player.” player.”
“We have to root for the home team because we need each other,” said Jamal “Mr. Jaytoo” Jeffries, partner of Vinyl & Vittles
“We see a tremendous amount of our artifacts leave out of the community, go other places and fund other people,” Jeffries said. “We want to bring some of that back to the source, too.”
“Vinyl & Vittles will help people bond over music and food”, said Tanya Ward, cultural steward at Grow Greater Englewood.
“This event is all about building a vibe and making it a destination where folks can come not far from home, have a good time and discover new things.”
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