Last Everett Farmers Market Of The Season At Everett Waterfront Sunday

October 4, 2014

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Last chance this Sunday until next May!

Sunday will be your last chance to enjoy the Everett Farmers Market for the 2014 season. Here’s a message from the staff and a tip to save $5.00 on a purchase this Sunday only.

The weather has been exceptional this year making possible the delivery of colorful and bountiful harvests from our dedicated farmers. The artists and crafters have shared with you their homegrown excellence in product design and innovation; as always, the ready-to-go food has been delicious without a doubt; and Market Music, the eclectic brand that it is, has provided us with energetic uplifting tunes to accompany the entire Market experience.

And of course, there is you, our loyal seasonal shoppers who bring the action and indulge in the shopping experience that is the Everett Farmers Market. What a combination! We are very pleased to have shared the Washington State entrepreneurial community and spirit with you in so many ways.

Frankly, we have had a blast, so that said; the Everett Farmers Market celebrates the last Sunday of the Season with our annual Customer Appreciation Day. The first 100 shoppers to say ‘Washington State’ to any of our Market Staff will receive a $5.00 coupon to spend anywhere in the Market, this Sunday October 5th only.

Come celebrate local and seasonal goodness with all of us at the Everett Farmers Market this Sunday, October 5th. Plan to visit us in May of 2015 for a new season, right here in the same place at the Port of Everett.

Thank you for another great year. Enjoy!

Everett Farmers Market Staff
Gary, Karen, Danny, Tammy and Barb

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