It’s a small business of small businesses! The Merchantile gained valley love by giving hundreds of small business owners space and a voice to share their work with the community. Now, they’ve expanded to a second boutique location right in Uptown phoenix, and they are celebrating BIG!
On Saturday, October 8 & Sunday, October 9, guests can stop by the Merchantile of Phoenix for their Grand Opening Celebration kicking off at 10AM til 2PM. Guests can shop from TONS of local creators, artists, designers, vintage curators and more! Plus the first 50 customers each day will score an exclusive Merchantile of Phoenix swag bag filled with lots of vendor goodies. The Grand Opening Celebration will be an all-out affair, equipped with giveaways and a ribbon cutting kicking off at 10AM Saturday, Oct. 8th. Guests can enjoy live music, and vendor pop-ups including permanent jewelry, coffee tasting and more on Saturday and Sunday until 2PM.
In addition to perusing some of the valley’s most unique and coveted local creations, the boutique will also be collecting supply and monetary donations for children and families in need at Excelencia School for the entirety of October. Each person who donates throughout the month will also receive a free hair accessory, and every person who donates during the grand opening will gain an extra into their raffle to win a HUGE vendor basket filled with goods!
Located on 7th St. and Missouri Ave., the Merchantile of Phoenix stands at a whopping 5400 sq feet, making this its biggest boutique location yet, and will carry some of the Merchantile’s fan-favorite vendors like Uptown Hippie, Painted Ladies, and Iconic Arizona, along with all-new artisans like Old Town Gypsy!
“We’re so excited to open our doors to the Phoenix community,” said Merchantile Market’s founder, Kimberly Pak. “Each of our vendors bring such a unique and talented perspective to the valley that we love celebrating, and we can’t wait to share even more at our new location”.
From the creators of The Merchantile of Scottsdale, this is the Merchantile’s second brick-and-mortar location and third foray into the artisan market scene following the much buzzed about outdoor Merchantile Market in Tempe which brought in over 300 shoppers at each of their ten-market series.
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