We had the good fortune of connecting with Anne Berry-Greenman and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Anne, maybe we can start at the very start – the idea – how did you come up with the idea for your business?
The idea for my business was completely inspired by my friends. I have always bought and sold for a living.. But after a few life changes and reuniting with a past romance, I found myself surrounded by musicians once again. My friends Wink Burcham and Dustin Pittsley asked if on my journeys I could find them some vintage Pearlsnap shirts. And so it began. One turned into hundreds. Soon the word spread and I got the pleasure of dressing a large number of Tulsa musicians. Then a gentleman in Fort Worth reached out to me and placed an online order. He quickly started spreading the word and now my shirts are on stages all across Texas.

With the connection between music and Pearlsnap shirts, I decided the only clear choice was to set up at music festivals. And so a new chapter begins. The festivals are a lot of work but so rewarding. When you look up on stage and see your shirts gracing stages across the states, it’s a feeling of joy.

With the volume of shirts I’ve collected along with much more, I got the opportunity to purchase a cute store that I am currently remodeling in the town of Spavinaw, OK. Hopefully after the festivals slow down I can finish the remodel and tour buses will Grace the streets of our magical lake community.
If you follow the path that is right in front of you, the success will follow. Loving what you do is the most important accomplishment.

Can you give our readers an introduction to your business? Maybe you can share a bit about what you do and what sets you apart from others?
The one thing that sets me apart from most businesses is the vision. You have to choose a path that suits your lifestyle. Don’t try to force something that doesn’t work for you. The challenge that hurts the most is starting from nothing. It’s a slow climb but don’t give up. Small victories can create a huge success and happiness.

If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
Goodwill and every thrift shop in town.

Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
Scott Evans for supporting my dreams Wink Burcham for starting this mess.
Dustin Pittsley for the first music festival that showed me I could do it.
Pittsley family for letting me carry the name to not one but All festivals.
Steven Lawrence for spreading the word and the inspiration.

All the musicians that have supported my adventure and allow me to plaster your faces all over social media.

My family for believing in me and helping me build my company.

Rick at H Bar C for giving me an opportunity to share my favorite brand with the world.

Instagram: Stone River Snaps

Facebook: Stone River Snaps

Image Credits
Scott Evans

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