ASHEBORO, N.C. -- What started with one bow on one door...
"We have been busy, busy, busy making pink bows," explains Jane Staley at Sunset Flowers & Gifts.
Has blossomed into a big gesture, for someone with an even bigger heart.
"The whole town seems to be doing it," explains Bill Ivy.
Pink Bows For Asheboro Woman Killed In Wreck
22 year old Laura Lisk, of Asheboro, died in a car crash on her way back to Charlotte after spending time with family Thanksgiving weekend.
"It just hit me very hard," says Tammy Lamason. "Having a daughter that was friends with her, went to school with her."
Lamason was first to put a bow up - bright pink, Laura's favorite color.
Within days, hundreds of bows paint Asheboro pink; a tribute to Laura, but also a sign for her family.
"when something like this happens it's just so good to know that you're not alone," says Marlo Francis, a Lisk family friend. "Hopefully the message is that your community is here because they are a family that they don't just talk about community, they really live it"
If you ask anyone...
"She was such a beautiful girl inside and out," Lamason shares.
And everywhere you see a bow is a place that's been touched by Laura Lisk.
From the frozen yogurt shop to Asheboro High School, her alma mater.
"The impact I think is going to be forever, people will always remember and she's made a legacy."
A legacy that continues to grow - bow by bow.