Project 615 Expands To West Nashville

Posted at 5:39 PM, Apr 19, 2017

The Nashville company Project 615 will be expanding to another store across town.

Seven years after the business started in East Nashville, they've planned to set up shop in West Nashville.

The company started out in 2010 selling one of a kind apparel that celebrates Music City.

However, co-founder Derek Evans said they're growing with Nashville, and they need a second store just to keep up with demand. That growth has also allowed them to give back to the community.

"We're also a mission minded company. We give back to a lot of non-profits. We hire folks that are on the path of recovery. Currently we've been able to give away $250,000 since we started in 2010," said Evans.

The new store will be located in the Nations - no word yet on when it will open.