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    News — john a macdonald

    A Call for Vendors

     

    CALL FOR VENDORS

    The Prince Edward County T-shirt Company is offering four vendor spaces in our rear courtyard for the 2015 summer season. This prime outdoor vending space will allow eligible vendors an opportunity to build off the successful retail traffic at our store, and on Main Street in Bloomfield, throughout the peak season. 

    We are looking for artisans, craftspeople, and other vendors whose wares will compliment our current retail offerings, while giving our customers a wider range of shopping options. We intend to select applicants who we believe will be successful, based on our customer profile.

    We will promote our vendors alongside our daily social media updates, providing day-to-day information for our fan base on when your business is present. 

    The seasonal vendor rate is $450, which allows you to set-up any time the t-shirt store is open, which is most days during the peak season, May 16 - Sept 7, 2015. A week-end (plus holiday Mondays) rate is also available for $275.  Vendor space allows for up to an 8’ table and patio umbrella. This weather permitting space cannot accommodate tents. 

    Interested vendors should apply to lucinda@countytshirts.com by midnight Monday, May 4 with the following information:

    Name, Address, email, phone number, name of business, product type, bio, website, facebook page, instagram, twitter etc, 5 images of your products.

    Applications are juried and will be notified by May 8th.  

    Looking forward to a fun Courtyard Market season!

    Celebrate Canada Day with John "Che" MacDonald

    We had been using Sir John A. MacDonald in our advertising, and he has been a "county character" that we really wanted to explore and play with from the start. For those of you who don't know, the man who would become a father of Canadian confederation, and our first Prime Minister, has deep county roots. First as a lad, when his father ran the mill at Glenora, and then as a young lawyer, having his first practice in Picton.

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