(Louisville, KY) As we prepare for Thanksgiving, the MELANnaire Marketplace Holiday Market team is working to get ready for one of the busiest days for consumers and that’s ‘Black Friday’ and the following day dedicated for small business which we refer to as ‘Black-owned Saturday’.
The MELANnaire Marketplace Holiday Market is in third week at Mall St. Matthews and have welcomed so many friends, family, neighbors, and supporters into the storefront where dozens of Black-owned businesses sell and promote their products and/or services.
“Now with two of the busiest shopping days ahead of us, vendors are stocking up with the anticipation and excited that they have an opportunity to participate at this level. In a mall, a storefront, and the assistance of the MELANnaire team. We are inviting shoppers to stop by our retail space to see the wonderful and unique gift ideas. You will find yourself with an arm full of merchandise. It’s basically a mall within a mall because except few feet a new business is represented says Nachand Trabue, founder of MELANnaire Marketplace.
The holiday market displays dozens of local minority businesses all in one space so holiday shoppers can get an opportunity to support multiple small businesses at one large retail space. Featuring products- clothing apparel, handcrafted jewelry, signature cotton candy, popcorn books, toys, candles plus
The MELANnaire Marketplace Holiday Market will be open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday until January 2, 2024. Our store hours are open on the same schedule as Mall St. Matthews.
The marketplace is located near the entrance of El Napal and Women’s Dillards on the backside of the mall.
If you would like to be a vendor and/or be a sponsor, please contact MELANnaire Marketplace at www.melannaire.com.
Please announce and/or post on your community calendars. If you have any questions or would like to interview Nachand Trabue, please contact VIPP Communications at 502-341-7306.
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