Creekside Marketplace expands offerings
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#1 Jul 8, 2010
Great job, Amy Evans. Farmer's markets like these are always welcome as nothing is more fresh than locally grown produce. My employer recently started a farmer's market in the parking lot once a week and the local farmers sold out their first day with some of the locally grown sweet corn being the best I've had in years.
One way to perhaps make the market more popular would be to extend the hours. With the typical workday ending at 5 and a commute filled with traffic most people aren't getting home until 5:30 which only leaves 30 minutes to get to the market.
Either shifting the hours from 5-7 or extending them from 4-6 to 4-7 should be a boon for the market participants.
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