The Peanut Kansas City Missouri 5000 Main Fine Wines and Liquors Matchbook Sticker (MB490)
This place still does a snappy business, and is beloved by people looking to eat at “The Original Peanut”. The way the place got its name is terrific – it’s a small place, and a few blocks down was a grander set of buildings called The Walnuts. So, in deference to the big brother, people began to call the little building the “peanuts”. Rich Kenny found out that The Peanut was downtrodden and nearly dead and spent all he had to buy it and turn it around. When the current owner’s wife asked him if he really wanted to be a bartender when he was 50 years old, his instant reply was, “Of course I do!” That is the heart of GypsyFaith – I love it that there is a man, Rich Kenny, right now, today, standing the the Peanut, where it has stood since 1930, a man who poured his whole heart into that perfect place, and what Rich Kenny wants to do most of all is exactly what he is doing. That’s beauty – absolutely perfect!
The image you see is exactly what we use to produce your bespoke sticker. All stickers are custom made. (We include 1 free GypsyFaith sticker per order.)
All GypsyFaith die-cut vinyl stickers are printed on glossy, premium, extra thick vinyl. We then seal the image in clear laminate so that it will be particularly resistant to fading or tearing. We will only sell the absolute top end of any particular product on our site. Our intention, as we developed this product, was to make it as durable and valuable as our magnet products.
Images used to make our stickers are scanned at 9600dpi resolution, reduced to 960dpi for production.
SIZE: This sticker is exactly 2.100 x 2.795 inches OR 5.334 x 7.099 cm.
It ships in a photo-type mailer to prevent bending.
*We require a minimum purchase of $10 for sticker orders. We ship First Class US Mail for our customers domestic and international; for domestic orders the ship time is approximately 7 days. We do not expedite shipping. Cost for shipping, as well as tax, is calculated at checkout.