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The Congregation Moto Show, 5/27/17 @ Camp North End, Charlotte NC

We are thrilled to be involved with such a cool event. Everyone please spread the word and if you make it out stop by our both and say hello!  **Every Congregation shirt was made in NC by Centennial so please support these great guys, their companies, this great event and North Carolina manufacturing**   MORE SHOW INFO HERE  

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American Made Market, Charleston STYLE

    We are just over a month away from our next American Made Market! These markets are far from just "sales" events for us- We have done the stuffy, pretentious and unapproachable "shopping expos," where most of the people in attendance are subjected to a myriad of unrelated or even loosely paralleled products, of which they have no interest in. It seems like USA made vendors always have to explain the "but whys??" of the industry... We absolutely love telling people about why we do what we do, but it's also nice to have a curated market where you can focus solely on your products design and construction in detail since EVERYTHING here will be USA made. This is a party for all involved and has been an absolute pleasure to produce. We greatly appreciate...

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NEW!

Welcome to a small web revamp, many more changes and a few new products are still to come- STAY TUNED! -CTco

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Centennial x Coffee

We have teamed up with a local company called the Barista Co-Op, to bring you something completely new for us: a cold brew coffee, roasted, bottled and brewed right here in Winston-Salem. This project has been three years in the making and we are pleased to announce its arrival.

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Our "533" shirt and its namesake.

My partner, Johnny, and I spent the better part of our teenage years and twenties immersed in a rich local music scene here in Winston-Salem, NC.  My fondest memories are from venues long past like 533 or “Uprisings”.  Many of us old timers cut our teeth at this fabled venue in the heart of downtown Winston-Salem.  I remember how it was both gritty and beautiful, violent and empowering.  Most of all it bonded a group of disenfranchised kids and gave us purpose.  We were given a positive reason to get together, a chance to accomplish goals, and the opportunity to learn about all aspects of life.  We learned about issues ranging from social to religious and these lessons helped shape...

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