Proceeds Benefit Camp Southern Ground
ATLANTA, May 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Jewelry designer Shelly Brown has designed a custom built 2015 Jeep Wrangler Sahara to be auctioned by Barrett Jackson on June 25th in support of her and husband Zac Brown’s non-profit, Camp Southern Ground. Working with fellow Southern Ground brand, Zac Brown Customs, Shelly reimagined the white Jeep with her personal sense of style in mind.
Modeled after pieces in her jewelry collection, the interior features a tufted backseat and ceiling, vintage kilim floor mats and Swarovski Crystal accents. Drawing in elements of interior design, the Jeep is customized to leave you feeling at home. What’s more, along with the Jeep comes a chest featuring jewelry and leather goods hand-picked by Shelly, and designed to match the interior of the car.
Prior to auction the Jeep will be open to the public for viewing in Charlotte, NC. Its first stop will be Hendrick Auto Mall of Concord Mills from now until June 2nd, and then onto 4 Wheel Parts from June 3rd to the 15th.
The dealerships will be co-hosting a prize package giveaway on social media. One grand prize winner will receive pieces from the Shelly Brown collection and 4 tickets to a Zac Brown Band concert of their choosing.
Shelly had this to say about her custom designed Jeep and its support of Camp Southern Ground:
Mixing creative energy with the cause you’re most passionate about is almost as good as it gets. Designing the Jeep was so much fun, and to know that it will be auctioned off to benefit Camp Southern Ground is such an honor. Our Customs team is incredibly creative, and you can see that in their attention to detail in every corner of this vehicle. Our goal at Southern Ground is to provide the most creative environment for artists of all types, with our hearts truly being for the greater good. Camp Southern Ground will provide extraordinary experiences for children to recognize and magnify the unique gifts within themselves and others in order to profoundly impact the world and be a home for thought leaders and researchers around the world to leave it a better place than we found it.