Painting With A Twist

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Painting With A Twist
Painting With A Twist offers Painting services in Jackson TN.

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Painting With A Twist has an overall ZapScore of 86. This means that Painting With A Twist has a higher ZapScore than 86% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Jackson, Tennessee is 36 and in the category is 23. Learn more about ZapScore.

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It may be time for a new do! These are so fresh - how long do you think it took to finish this look? http://www.lostateminor.com/2017/06/21/stylist-recreates-iconic-paintings-using-hair-canvas/

Been trying to get your man to come paint with you? We’ve got the answer you’re looking for... On August 8th we’ll be partnering with CSN Philly to stream the Phillies game in our studio and painting this Phillies painting. There will be exclusive giveaways for every guest including a voucher for TWO tickets to a Phillies home game. No more excuses! This is going to be a night he won’t forget. Seating is limited so reserve your seat today. http://pwat.art/2ta4KWj

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Wine lipstick?! Pucker up! 💋 💄 💋
OMG this lipstick actually looks like a mini bottle of wine: http://bit.ly/2iZ4iXB

"Moonlight, fireflies, beer on the bank by the riverside..." -Chris Cagle #WeekendVibes http://pwat.art/2tqNq38

"A precursor to the adult coloring book trend, paint-and-sip emerged as a popular franchise concept about a decade ago: Louisianans Cathy Deano and Renee Maloney in 2007 launched Painting With a Twist (then called Corks and Canvas) as a way to promote relaxation in a region beset with Hurricane Katrina-related stresses." Always, the originator, never an imitator.
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