Sunday, November 6, 2011

Saying thanks...

All too often we don't tell people "thank you" enough. I know there has been many times that I haven't said it when I should have. You can never tell another person how much you appreciate them and what they have done for you, too much. Those two words can go a lot further than you think. The good thing is, you hear them  A LOT, here in the South. Being hospitable is what we are known for. So next time you have the chance just remember to say "thank you." You never know, that simple gesture could turn someones day right around. Check out our Facebook ( There are some new picture on there and more to come to our website.

Until then,

Thank you for being so supportive of Port Southern!!!

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

End of year... to a new beginning

You just have to love our North Carolina weather! In this awkward transition into winter, one day may be 70 degrees and the next will be 40 degrees. Never the less, this is always an exciting time of year. There is a big holiday each month, which gives everyone something to look forward to. It's the start of November and we have Thanksgiving coming up!
We have been very busy lately! We have undergone some changes and we are gearing up for a big Spring of 2012. We think you all will be very pleased with the new additions to Port Southern. We have updated our website and are coming out with new colors for next year. We are in the process of growing our retail stores and also our College Ambassador program. If you or anyone you know would like to find out more about it please let us know by emailing us at

Until next time, enjoy the weather and find something each day to be thankful for!

Monday, August 30, 2010

On Deck for Dustin

  Hello gents and belle's!  Port Southern recently had the opportunity to show some Southern Hospitality to someone that truly understands what it means to be hospitable.  Dustin Garver, a 23 year old from Lawndale, NC was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis when he was just four years old.  Dustin was able to control his condition throughout his life by medicines and therapy along with regular exercise.  Dustin was active while growing up as he played on many baseball teams including his college years.  After his college baseball career passed, his cystic fibrosis began to progress yet again.  He has spent much of the last few years in and out of hospitals visiting with doctors for checkups and tests in order to keep a close watch on his condition.  During a hospital stay in March of this year Dustin was informed he would need a double lung transplant.  On June 2, 2010 Dustin was sent in for tests and further inquiry about the procedure that would need to take place.  Dustin was informed that he is a great candidate for a double lung  transplant and since that day the preparations have been in full force for his procedure.   Dustin has remained a positive attitude throughout all of his hospital visits and is highly regarded within his community.  Dustin has remained active in his community with youth baseball teams despite his hospital stays.  On July 24th there was a golf tournament organized on his behalf that was titled "On deck for Dustin" which was designed to help raise money for this costly procedure that is needed. 
 Port Southern was able to be hospitable and donate a few items to help serve as prizes for the tournament.  The event had a great turnout and was a huge success.  Port Southern hopes that you too will show some hospitality yourself!  You can make a tax deductible donation to:
National Foundation for Transplant, North Carolina Lung Fund
In honor of Dustin Garver
5350 Poplar Avenue, Suite 430
Memphis, TN 38119 
or online at
We hope that you will be able to some show Southern Hospitality as well!   Our thoughts and prayers are with you Dustin! 

Your friend, 

Friday, August 27, 2010

Labor Day Specials

Hey everyone,

Labor day is just around the corner so we just wanted all of you to know that we have some great special discounts for everyone!  Many of our items in our Shop are on SALE from their regular prices including belts, polo dresses, polos, hats, and more.

Go HERE to shop and get these great discounted prices to wind down your summer.  We hope you enjoy!

Port Southern
Fine Clothing With Southern Hospitality

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Taste Of The Town

Hey everyone,

We just wanted to let everyone know that tonight is High Point's Taste of the Town event.  If you are not familiar with this event, it is an awesome event that supports the Hospice.  Popular vendors from all over the triad come together, offer up their best gifts, and a small taste from each one are available for purchase.

It is always a great event to go out and pick samples to taste from all the different restaurants and food vendors.  Another great reason to go out to this years Taste of the Town is because there are 2 Port Southern gift baskets available in their silent auction.  One is a guy centered gift basket and the other is a girl centered gift basket.

Like I already mentioned all proceeds go to support a good cause, and is just another way to show your hospitality like we try to do as often as we can.

Before I go, I would like to clear up some questions we have received since my last blog post.  Port Southern is not being solely run by myself.  I still have 2 great partners in Jeremy Hiatt and Zach Moore. We are all still working hard together to keep this going, I just simply meant in my last post that we all have been very busy this summer and have not had a whole lot of time to put forward in keeping everyone up to date on Port Southern's events, activities, and status.

Thanks for your understanding and continued support!

Your Friend,


Fine Clothing With Southern Hospitality