The Transylvania Times -

Gra•vy Breaking Records As Revenue Source

 

May 21, 2018

Dave McClellan and wife Shirley Hallblade, of Connestee Falls, browse one of the home décor spaces in Gra•vy, the Brevard shop that gives all its profits to the Cindy Platt Boys & Girls Club.

It's not a restaurant, despite once getting a job application in the mail from a chef. Nevertheless, Gra•vy, a shop in downtown Brevard with a funny dot in the middle of its name, is something of a tasty treat to the Cindy Platt Boys & Girls Club, for which it's providing a growing source of financial support.

The variety shop is at 17 West Main St., just steps from the busy Broad Street intersection. It was established by club supporters a dozen years ago as a means of generating funds to support the organization's many programs and to raise awareness of its good works.

Gra•vy's...



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