Navassa, NC (PRWEB) September 19, 2012
Papa's Boxes, an internationally recognized creator of custom cigar box instruments, recently announced that they will display their handcrafted instruments at the Southern Ideal Home Show. This year's show will be held at the Raleigh State Fairgrounds on Sept 21-23, 2012.
"If you're in the neighborhood, come check us out," said Bill Moore, owner of Papa's Boxes. "Visit our booth and get a first hand glimpse of our new models. First time uke players and builders encouraged to come and play. We have great new inventory available in Ukulele Cigar Box kits as well as travel-sized amplifiers."
Papa's Boxes creates custom cigar box instruments, including guitars, banjos and ukuleles. They also provide instrument kits for aspiring woodworkers and musicians who want to craft their own handmade wooden instrument. Bill Moore, owner of Papa's Boxes, says that making a cigar box instrument is a great hobby for musicians and anyone who enjoys crafts.
The upcoming Southern Ideal Home Show provides the perfect opportunity for visitors to purchase a handcrafted ukelele or kit for a unique holiday gift. Papa's Boxes is offering a 10 percent discount off the next Papa's Boxes purchase for visitors who mention this press release or the Southern Ideal Home Show. The promo discount is valid at the Home Show, or online.
"Remember to keep us in mind for the coming holidays," said Mr. Moore. "We have themed artwork and box designs for every occasion from birthdays and wedding anniversaries, to fall and seasonal themes, Christmas, and Valentines Day. Our make your own instrument kits make great Christmas gifts for any music or wood lover." Papa's Boxes' custom artwork and designs on instruments are available upon request. For complete information about the custom handmade cigar box instruments that Papa's Boxes offers, visit their website at http://www.papasboxes.com.
About the company:
Papa’s Boxes is a family business, operating in the quaint town of Navassa, North Carolina (right outside of Wilmington). Bill Moore, also known as “Papa”, and the owner of Papa’s Boxes, first began this company after attending a Cigar Box Guitar Festival in the Spring of 2004. Bill is a woodworker by trade, and also enjoys a cigar or two every now and then; so his hobbies have turned into a business that provides the joy of instrument-making and custom instruments to people around the world. Although the instruments are mainly focused around a cigar box, Bill has built a custom bass guitar using a wooden wine case box, for an Internet podcast called “The SoupyGato Show”. In 2006, a Papa’s Boxes Ukulele was inducted into the National Cigar Box Guitar Museum. Papa’s Boxes also has the honor of having four concert ukuleles appear in the off Broadway musical in NYC called “Sex, Drugs, and Ukuleles”. For more information, visit their website at http://www.papasboxes.com.