We are helping our good friend Michelle Vejar raise funds to fix Shirley The Magic Bus. In February of 2020 Michelle bought a vintage turquoise blue school bus for her business Rock-n-Boho Clothing. A few weeks after buying the bus the world shut down due to covid. She worked so hard to keep her small business going and survived 2020. This year she has experienced a number of mechanical issues and just learned the bus needs a new engine. We have started this GoFundMe to help Michelle raise the funds to get Shirley back on the road and save one of Nashville's favorite small businesses.
Michelle has been an inspiration to many of her friends. She walked away from a successful career in marketing/advertising to follow her passion. She has made a point to work with other small businesses, designers and makers to help grow the community around her.
Anything you can give will help and if you can not afford to give a donation sharing this GoFundme will help spread the word.
Lisa & Steve Frye
A little background on Michelle, Rock-n-Boho and the bus. rocknbohoclothing.com
As a child of the 70's, I loved playing dress up in my mom's closet. I fell in love with the 70's Bohemian vibe and loved how clothes made me feel. Playing dress up in my mom’s closet is where my passion for clothes began. I followed a few other passions before starting my own business. I was a flight attendant with a private charter airline. I traveled all over the world and fell in love with different cultures. After 9/11 I made a career change and landed in the advertising industry. I worked for several luxury travel magazines and websites. In 2015 I lost my Mom, best friend and cheerleader Shirley. That changed the trajectory of my life. That loss changed everything for me. With nothing left to lose I packed up my car and 2 dogs and moved from Ft Lauderdale to Nashville. I had only been to Nashville on 2 weekend getaways, but I felt like this was the place I belonged (I was right). After moving to Nashville and being inspired by the local vibrant music scene and the people I met that were fearlessly following their own dreams. I decided to follow my lifelong passion in late 2018 and launch Rock-n-Boho Clothing. In 2020 I purchased a turquoise blue school bus I could take Rock-n-Boho on the road. I named the bus after my Mom Shirley and her signature is right next to the front door riding shotgun. I look forward to meeting you as I travel around on the bus, meeting you on social media. My goal is to curate items that make you feel like a confident, badass Rock-n-Boho Babe!
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