Made in the South Awards accepting entries
Garden & Gun magazine is accepting entries for its Made in the South Awards through July 1. Southern-made products are eligible in the following areas: Food, Drink, Home, Style, Outdoors and Crafts. Through May 31, the entry fee of $75 is discounted to $50; entries close at midnight on July 1.
This is the twelfth annual celebration of the awards, which were founded in 2010. Judges include a four-time James Beard award winner, business owners and a sportsman and author. Previous winners include Opie Way handmade sneakers from Asheville, North Carolina, Georgia Jams Habenero Peach Spread, Julie Niell chandeliers out of New Orleans, Urban Asado Gaucho-Style Grill from Florida, Tip Top Proper Canned Cocktails in Atlanta and Civil Stoneware Hand-Thrown Tableware from Alabama.
Looks like it's time for a winner from the Sandlapper state!
There will be one overall winner who will receive $10,000, along with a first-place winner and three runners-up in each category. All winners will be featured in the magazine's December/January edition.
For entry forms, category descriptions, and rules, visit madeinthesouthawards.com. Winners will be notified in October.
In the meantime, promote your Southern-made goods in our fall magazine. We are adding feature pages for products, from gifts, jewelry and apparel to leather goods and hunting attire and equipment to add value for our loyal readers and advertisers. Contact Prioleau Alexander at email@example.com for more information.