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Erin Zwigart, CEO of Georgia Crafted, Aquires "Things UnCommon"

Erin Zwigart, CEO of Georgia Crafted, Aquires "Things UnCommon"

We are thrilled to announce an exciting development in the world of local artisanal goods. Erin Zwigart, the visionary owner of Georgia Crafted (www.georgiacrafted.com), has made a significant move by acquiring Things UnCommon (www.things-uncommon.com). This strategic acquisition marks a significant expansion of her decade-long commitment to promoting and supporting local artisans, makers, and crafters, and providing accessibility to their unique creations for consumers across the country.

"Things UnCommon is all about infusing your daily routine with laughter and charm with their custom-line of soy candles, tote bags, aprons and baby onesies," says new owner, Erin Zwigart. "For nearly a decade, Things UnCommon has created and sold soy candles and textiles hand-made from the highest quality natural ingredients right here in Georgia. I am thrilled to be the new owner of this locally-based company!"

Founder of Things UnCommon, Weatherly Munroe, says, When we decided to look for new leadership for Things UnCommon, Erin immediately came to mind. We had worked closely with her over the years to meet her customers' needs, so were well aware of her love for Georgia made handcrafted products. Erin always amazed us with her commitment to perfection, and we couldn’t be happier to see her take Things UnCommon on its journey forward. We can’t wait to watch it’s upward flight!”

With an impressive collection of over 250 locally-made artisan products, Georgia Crafted recently celebrated it's 10th Anniversary and continues to the leading resource for getting locally-produced goods into the hands of consumers across Georgia. Additionally, they count some of Georgia's top businesses among their corporate client list. 

Together, Georgia Crafted and Things UnCommon will continue to champion the creativity and craftsmanship of American artisans while providing customers with an unparalleled selection of unique, high-quality goods. 

To view both current collections of products, visit Things UnCommon at www.things-uncommon.com, and Georgia Crafted at www.georgiacrafted.com