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We support Small Businesses because We Drink Local!

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If you love cracking open a cold one at one of Arkansas fine local breweries, our Drink Local shirt is for you! I mean abs are cool and all but I NEED my craft beer and I love that we have breweries that stretch from each corner of the Natural State. I don't know about you, but one of me and Melanie's favorite things to do before a Razorback game is hit up one of the local breweries and get some food. (If you don't pre-game the game with food, you will regret it, everybody knows that!) And, it’s a...

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New Shirt of the Month Club

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We know you have missed us. So we (me and Bill Shatner) decided to drop by and say hi and tell you about the most exclusive club in Arkansas: Rock City Outfitters shirt of the month club. Bill even cancelled his Jerky of the Month Subscription Box and a couple other subscription services so he could join the club! It is just THAT exclusive!  Our question to you is: Do you want to be a part of the coolest club in the history of the entire world? Because Bill decided we can let a certain amount of people in the...

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Arkansas Festival and Events T-shirt - helping small businesses in Arkansas

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To try to do our part to help other locally owned small businesses in Arkansas to help the distress the retail industry was faced with in 2020, Rock City partnered with Arkansas Festival and Events Association to bring you a new T-shirt. 

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DogPatch USA purchased by Bass Pro Founder Johnny Morris for new outdoor development

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If you grew up in Arkansas in the 70’s and 80’s, then you’ve probably had a heckuva day at Dogpatch USA. And if you live in a hole and haven’t heard about it, Dogpatch is located near the Buffalo River in Marble Falls, Arkansas.  Based on a comic strip from Al Capp’s Lil’ Abner, it was constructed in 1967 for $1.33 million and originally featured a trout farm, paddle boats, horseback rides, arts and crafts from the Ozarks, an apiary, a petting zoo and other family friendly activities. The main attraction was entertainment by characters from Lil’ Abner.  Picture Source:...

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We cut over $10,000 in checks for local businesses!

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At this unusual time in Arkansas history, thank you for coming together to help us help those in need. We are happy to report that we wrote over $10,000 in checks to businesses and non-profits in the state of Arkansas in May.  When we unveiled our Coronavirus shirts, $10 from each shirt sale went to support FoodBanks of Arkansas who make sure those affected by Covid-19 have access to nutritional food. We also created two shirts for the United Way of Central Arkansas. $10 of every purchase of these two shirts went to help them create solutions that build stronger communities....

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