Drive a VW Arteon from Stokes Volkswagen

Test drive a 2020 Volkswagen Arteon at Stokes Volkswagen in North Charleston. Here's what had to say about it,

“ The Arteon is a stylish five-door alternative to Volkswagen’s Passat saloon. Don’t think it’s not practical, though, because it has a truly massive boot. It’s good to drive, too, thanks to strong performance and a decently smooth ride.”

Like Spring -Change Is Happening

Back from our winter hibernation, it's been a crazy time business-wise and we thank everyone for their referrals. It was 80 degrees in Charleston yesterday and it's starting to feel like Spring. So we did a little spring cleaning.

Never be afraid to change.

Día de los Muertos Celebration at Maui Tacos Saturday, 11/2/19

This Saturday, November 2 from 4:00-8:00 p.m., join Maui Tacos as they celebrate the final day of Día de los Muertos, a Mexican holiday held to honor those who have died. The annual Mexican celebration, Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), is a time when families gather to honor and remember deceased loved ones. This family-friendly event at 200 Meeting Street #2 will have a DJ, face painting, a photo booth, and crafts for children. Adult specials include $2.00 Tecate, $6.00 32 ounce Pacifico and Modelo, and $12.00 bottomless margaritas. 
This celebration was inspired by Travis Seltzer - owner Mike Seltzer's younger brother - who died July 31, 2019. Guests are encouraged to bring photos of their deceased loved ones they would like to honor. 
What: Día de los Muertos Celebration  When: Saturday, November 2 from 4:00-8:00 p.m. Where: Maui Tacos, 200 Meeting Street #2, Charleston 

Street parking is available as well as the attached parking garage on Pinckney Street. 

First Round of Hurricane Relief Supplies head to Hope Town/Firefly Sunset Resort

Firefly Sunset Resort in Hope Town, Elbow Cay, Abaco is locally owned by Jim and Ann Irvin (previous owners of Irvin-House Vineyards and current co-owners of Firefly Distillery). Their resort was obliterated by Hurricane Dorian as their cay, Elbow Cay, was the first place where Dorian made landfall. Many from the Charleston area visit the resort regularly and it holds close ties to the Charleston community. This resort also employs many Bahamians in that area.

The Irvin family along with their children Jay and Kimberly MacMurphy (wife) coordinated a list of supplies needed and local residents signed up for specific items--at Red Drum on 9/10/2019. Donations range in variety of 30lb bags of lentils to fix-a-flats to dog food to specialized security lights suggested by local nonprofit Water Missions International.

The first donation round up was a success. Special thanks to Red Drum for offering up their location. Stay tuned as Kim…