Driftwood Guitars announces their partnership with the St. James’s House, one of Britain’s leading custom publishers, to be a participating patron at this summer’s Rolls-Royce Owners’ Club (RROC) event in Lake Tahoe, California. The invitation to become a patron is extended only to the most respected and elite brands in the world, often noted for craftmanship and detail.
On behalf of Rolls-Royce, St. James’s House extended the invitation to Chris Alvarado and Driftwood Guitars. In addition to being part of the rally event, St. James’s House has also offered Driftwood Guitars the opportunity to be featured in its World of Luxury book launch.
Since it was established in 1904, Rolls-Royce has become a byword for quality and the ultimate standard in luxury. Driftwood Guitars was honored when St. James’s House contacted them on behalf of Rolls-Royce, whose representatives had noticed the quality craftsmanship in Mr. Alvarado’s guitars.
“St James’s House works hard to identify a select group of quality companies for inclusion in this project. I am delighted and honored to be included in this elite group,” said Mr. Alvarado. “By participating, my company will be positioned among some of the world’s most respected brands.”
The annual RROC event is one of the world’s most celebrated luxury events, drawing more than 1,000 Rolls-Royce and Bentley motorcar owners and VIP guests.
RROC will also unveil its newest publication, Strive for Perfection- A Journey into Design, Luxury & Quality, in which Driftwood Guitars will be prominently featured. Driftwood Guitars will also be a participating patron at this summer’s event, and will have three of their customized guitars on display and for sale, ranging in price from $10,000 to $16,000.
To learn more about Driftwood Guitars, or to commission a piece, visit Driftwood-Guitars.com or call 850-420-2892. You can also find them on Facebook at Driftwood Guitars and Instagram @driftwoodguitars.
Mr. Alvarado is also currently taking custom commissions with the current guitar base price of $6,500.
– Lauren Gall
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