Outdoor holiday markets are a boon for artisans who sell their wares, as well as for the downtowns that host the markets.  Organizers of holiday fairs in cities around the country have seen them grow in recent years. “They’re just sort of being rediscovered as a no-brainer for downtowns,” says Ethan Kent, vice president of the Project for Public Space, an international nonprofit organization based in New York that promote activities like holiday markets.

Holiday Markets a Boon for Downtowns was last modified: March 6th, 2012 by ksalay@pps.org
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