Back in 2001, my father had the idea of creating a sticker for Brewster, MA, our family's home town since 1978. He thought an alewife (or herring) - the fish that crowd the Brewster Herring Run each spring - would be a nice choice for the town's icon. I put this design together and we had a few hundred stickers printed. My father brought them around to local stores to sell. After he passed away, my mother continued to distribute the stickers. Over the years we've sold thousands, mostly through the Brewster General Store. When I'm driving around and see one on a car, it's a nice reminder of this collaboration with my dad.