Why should you list with us? Why should you invite us to visit and review your hunting lodge, fishing boat, inn, restaurant, vineyard, or goat farm?
Years ago, I had a dream to introduce to the world the cottage products created by talented Southerners who could not afford a mortar and bricks kind of store. I was ahead of my time then and I acquiesced to my mother's request that I do a bit of genealogy and make the money they had spent on my education worthwhile. She created a monster. Each line became a mystery and I wanted to find out more! Ergo the Genealogy Notebook, my notes, that I shared with others returning the favor that others had given me. Southern Style genealogy and Southern Wedding garnered quite a following and when someone emailed me telling me how many referrals she got off one single page on my website tipped me off to the fact that the website had more potential.
In the meantime, Internet business burgeoned and Etsy and EBay filled a niche that I had even then envisioned. However, their success had also created a problem. How does one actually KNOW what lies below the surface of that huge ocean of stores that popped up? Who tells their story? That is what I plan to do here under the Umbrella of Southern Style where the best of the South will have its tale told with links from the articles to draw folks who just want to come and enjoy our online magazine. We will link from the articles to the stores that list with us. We will write off the farms, vineyards, and gardens that provide the Restaurants of Excellence with their produce, the sports that keep us revved up and the social events that make us happy, artisans that make heirloom furniture, clothing, linens and textiles, items I cannot even imagine but I look forward to hearing about.. With tales of the South's resident ghosts thrown in for a little spice.
Our Main Street Shops will display the best of the South. Our Classified section will be a great place for you to list single items that don't quite find their niche in one of the Main Street Shops.
We're under construction here, but for now, just mail us at
Southern-Style, P.O. Box1464 , Dothan, Alabama
or Email us
|Sharman Burson Ramsey is the CEO and Writer-in-Residence for Southern-style.com. Mercer University Press has scheduled her novel Swimming with Serpents for publication Fall 2012.||Camren Parrish, New York and Atlanta designer, is the Interiors and Creative Concepts Editor for Southern-style.com. If you have a home you need her help with or one you consider worthy of inclusion in our Interiors section contact Camren.||Michelene McDougle is the Web Design Artist for Southern-Style.com. If you wish to have a store on our website and would like for Michelene to design one for you, please contact Michelene.||Andrew Ramsey is the Editor for Hunting and Fishing. To book a visit or list a product, please contact him at:|
|Southern Wedding Editor:
Mary Andrews, designer, owner and operator of Andrews Bridal.
|Food Editor: Jane Prater||New Mothers Editor: Brooke Ramsey||Business Manager|
|Unique Properties Editor: Joel Ramsey is an Alabama attorney who has practiced law for 39 years in Dothan, Alabama.|