Local Woodworkers Make Trays for George Strait

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A Lawrenceburg woodworking shop was recently contacted to make wooden serving trays for famous country music artist, George Strait.  Stone Cottage Woodworking on Main Street made the trays after word of their skill got to the artist and his marketing company.

Randy and Deanna Crabb, owners of Stone Cottage Woodworking, explained that in November a marketing company contacted them after seeing their Facebook photos of past woodworking projects.  They were interested in hiring them to make serving trays for their client, which turned out to be George Strait and his brand of tequila called Codigo.

The trays needed to look old but refined.  Randy and Deanna decided to work with another local creator and good friend, Roger McDowell of Old McDowell’s Farm Laser Engraving to help.

They worked and got the trays out over the Thanksgiving holiday.  According to Randy and Deanna, they received word through the marketing company that George Strait liked the trays and appreciated them working through the holiday.

Both Randy and Deanna enjoyed the project and experience, and they also indicated that the project has led to more projects for another country music artist. For more information about Stone Cottage Woodworking, check out their Facebook page.

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