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Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Rabbitfoot Records opens a second location in Sanford

Posted By on Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 9:18 AM

Rabbitfoot Records continues to bound along to great success since they started making big moves like cutting their own records (and yours!), starting their own label and remodeling their Titusville location. And now, they're growing further, opening a second store (and coffee shop!) in downtown Sanford (309 E. 1st St., Sanford) this Friday, March 7.

If you are eager to check it out, head over Friday night to celebrate opening night, featuring a performance by the Woolly Bushmen at 10 p.m. (RSVP here)

They also have begun a "text club," where record enthusiasts can text "rabbit" to 71441 for a chance to win a new record player for now, and in the future receive two text updates a month about vinyl specials. I subscribed, and this is what happens:

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FYI: They're still doing awesome shit at the Titusville location, too, like Friends Fest this Saturday, March 8, starts at 3 p.m..

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