Flat Out Friendly

It wasn’t a big move. The Flat — the design-and-more store — was moving a couple of doors down, to much bigger space.

In Monday’s rain, owner Becky Goss had a team wrangling a large, special double Saarinen-based table — with a massive marble top — down Railroad Place.

Suddenly, a guy walking down the street asked, “need a hand?”

He jumped in, and gave the group all the help they needed.

Then — with a quick “good luck!” — he was gone.

“A shout-out to the guy in the white sweatshirt,” says Anne Hardy — who was part of the gang grateful for his muscle.

“Hope he stops in to the Flat for a proper thank you!” she adds.

3 responses to “Flat Out Friendly

  1. The Good Samaritan is Rob Sweetnam. Not the first time he has done something like this.

  2. I LOVE The Flat and Becky Goss. When they re-open go in and visit their mid century, beautiful and unique, treasure trove. You won’t be disappointed! Congrats on the move, and shout out to Good Samaritan Rob!

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