That’s right, the 2010 Winter Collection is now available directly through
Here we are in the early days of December, just six short months after the start of Boston Cream. I’d love to say I planned on it doing well, I’m mean who would start a business endeavor with no faith in their products. But to be honest, I am completly taken aback when I
A month back we had the opportunity to once again take part in the annual Fairhaven Homecoming Festival in Fairhaven, Massachusetts. Just like during the 2010 show, we had a great time and were well received from those in attendance. Unlike the perfect weather a year ago, the day started off with threatening overcast skies an a forecast for disaster with rain on the way.
Luckily for us, the clouds cleared and the sun came out and provided an unexpected, yet beautiful day. Can’t wait for next years show!
Those of you looking to catch us in our next show in southeastern Massachusetts, you will be able to check us out at the Acushnet Apple Peach Festival in September.
The blog posts may have faded but rest assured we coming back with a bang! Daily blog posts, new products, new surprises and new _______________. We will let you guess in the meantime. We have more than a handful of plans in the works that we cannot wait to release. To top it off, some of it will be trickling out every couple of weeks after the summer collection drop. So we will be going strong all summer!
To those of you curious where we have been, do not worry! We are still here firing on all cylinders behind the scenes getting ready for our Summer Collection.
Stay tuned because we will be back stronger than ever before you know it!
Slowly but surely it is starting to feel like spring over up here in the Northeast. We haven’t had a snow storm in weeks, the temperatures are rising and we are even starting to see that green stuff we call grass again. Spring training has begun down south and the Red Sox front office shaped a roster this off season that looks like one of the best Boston teams we have seen in years. Between all the new faces and all the key returns from injury, it will be very exciting to watch.
But for those of you who don’t want to see winter vanish just yet, you can still hit the slopes up north all of March and the Bruins and Celtics making their charge towards the postseason.
Although the Spring / Summer 2011 collection has wrapped up the planning stages and we are currently midway through designing everything, new ideas seem to pop up daily. Because of that, this is will be the biggest release yet!
It’s official, February is already be halfway through. 2011 is locked in and already moving fast. If your anywhere in the United States outside of Florida, chances are good you have had your fair share of snow this winter. Hopefully you have stayed busy and enjoyed the months that normally bring the “Winter Blues”. Get outside, enjoy the snow, the sports and the things that only come with the season.
But for those of you who simply cannot take another minute of winter, Daylight Savings Time is less than a month away!
Another New England blizzard on the way? While it may be a headache, Boston Cream is here to cheer you up. To make some good out of being snowed in, the code “SNOW” work for 18% off during checkout, in honor of the eighteen predicted inches the meteorologists promised us.
The new year was certainly kicked off on the right foot for you, if you were at Showcase Live in Foxboro on the 1st. The evening was compiled of seven bands in what was essentially a local show with an out of town headliner. Florida’s very own We The Kings capped off the evening but not before some amazing opening acts took the stage. The Sophomore Beat from Portland, Maine opened the show with tons of energy and passion. Next up was the “band from the future” in Love Via Dance Machine, who were followed by the five piece outfit Life On Hold. What was amazing about this Billerica group, was every single member sang including the drummer. Continuing on was Boston’s very own Keep Me Conscious who willingly took the stage earlier than expected due to illness in the next act This Condition from New York.
Opening as direct support for the headliner was Boston Cream’s very own Westland. Putting on an amazing set which featured their catchy instrumentals accompanying their spot on vocals, proved to be a great set up for the final band. Westland played featured songs off their self-released, full length record “Don’t Take It Personal”, which has sold over 10,000 copies to date. A mix of in your face tracks and acoustic with a punch tunes rounded out the evening for the group.
Taking the stage to cap off the evening was We The Kings. Engaging the crowd with jokes from lead vocal and rhythm guitarist Travis Clarke and their ever so popular hits laid out an unreal set. Lead guitarist Hunter Thomsen did his popular rap cover of “A Milli”, which brought humor to all.
After seven unreal bands all wrapped up in an amazing venue, the night was defiantly the right way to bring in the New Year.