PHENIX CITY, Ala.- Tina Stewart owns the consign design shop in the 5000 block of Summerville Road in Phenix City. She says she’s heartbroken over the amount of hate in our country– and that’s why she’s holding an All Lives Matter Raffle.
Some of the instances she referenced– were the recent deadly Baton Rouge police-involved shootings and also the deadly Dallas police-involved shootings. Stewart says she has a black and white theme in the front of her store.
She says she’s raffling off a few items- including a black and white plate setting that’s retailed at about 300 bucks.I asked her about her inspiration for the all lives matter raffle.
Those who are interested in the raffle are required to pay ten bucks to participate. Once the winner is chosen they will win all proceeds but they will have to be donated to a local charity of their choice.
Stewart says the raffle is now in session and will run through Christmas. If you’re interested in participating you will need to go to the Consign Design shop on Summerville Road in Phenix City and purchase a raffle ticket.