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Small Business Saturday Market @ Tommyrotter Distillery

The holiday season is a great season for small businesses to flourish. It’s a chance to attract new customers, especially due to the number of markets that take place throughout the festive season. Each market has a different appeal, which is usually dictated by the people who are organizing it, the place where it is held, and the small businesses/vendors that set up.

Buffalo-Oxford-Pennant-Buffalo-NYOn Saturday, November 28, from 3:00pm – 7:00pm, Tommyrotter Distillery will be hosting The Small Business Saturday Market, where all sorts of Buffalo-based businesses will be setting up to showcase their products. The list of participants includes Oxford Pennant – Buffalo’s homegrown pennant company, and Wrafterbuilt – a local company that specializes in building furniture from salvaged and reclaimed materials.

There’s no better time to get out and see what’s new in Buffalo – there’s so much going on, and these markets are perfect places to discover what this city is all about.

The Small Business Saturday Market @ Tommyrotter Distillery | 500 Seneca Street | Buffalo, New York

Saturday, November 28, 2015 | 3:00pm – 7:00pm

-The distillery opens to the public at 12 PM – Tommyrotter will have a Holiday Gift Box for sale (Limited Quantity) | See Facebook event for details

Public espresso + coffee will be pouring and selling 12 – 7 PM

-THE MARKET KICKS OFF AT 3 PM (Open for 4 Hours)

THE MARKET (3 – 7 PM):
– DJ Lulu spinning away
– FREE cocktails by Vera Pizzeria
Lloyd Taco Trucks 4:30 – 7 PM
Oxford Pennant
Wrafterbuilt
Step Out Buffalo
– Two Guys Great Buys
Public espresso + coffee
Rise Collaborative
The Public
Trebird
City Dining Cards
Hydraulic Hearth
– Jewerly & Metal Wares by Issa Mars
– Art by Mickey Harmon
– Art by Jaime Schmidt
– Art by James Moffitt

Shoppers will gather at Hydraulic Hearth for some drinks and to unwind after the market. 

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