San Luis Obispo clothing designer Phil Hurst, co-owner of Live Local Apparel, wants to turn this 1984 stepvan into a mobile boutique, complete with a dramatic vinyl-wrapped exterior. He and fellow designer David Spiva are running fundraising efforts on Indiegogo.com and Kickstarter.com to collect the $2,000 to complete the project.
San Luis Obispo clothing designer Phil Hurst, co-owner of Live Local Apparel, wants to turn this 1984 stepvan into a mobile boutique, complete with a dramatic vinyl-wrapped exterior. He and fellow designer David Spiva are running fundraising efforts on Indiegogo.com and Kickstarter.com to collect the $2,000 to complete the project. jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
San Luis Obispo clothing designer Phil Hurst, co-owner of Live Local Apparel, wants to turn this 1984 stepvan into a mobile boutique, complete with a dramatic vinyl-wrapped exterior. He and fellow designer David Spiva are running fundraising efforts on Indiegogo.com and Kickstarter.com to collect the $2,000 to complete the project. jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

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