(Louisville, KY) The MELANnaire Marketplace is curating the Galleria REMIX Holiday Shopping Extravaganza on Saturday, November 27th from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm Fourth Street Live indoors located at 416 W. Liberty Street, in downtown Louisville. Did you realize that it’s been nearly 40 years since you’ve shopped in the Louisville Galleria? The community considered it as one of the best places where people could gather to shop, eat, work, play and so much more. On Small Business Saturday you will get to experience that same feeling with the MELANnaire Marketplace, while supporting local businesses fulfill their entrepreneurial drams of being a business owner.
The Louisville Galleria, (now known as Fourth Street Live) at one time was the place that many in the Black community visited on a regular basis. The Galleria Remix Holiday Shopping Extravaganza will open its doors on Black Friday. (November 26th) and Small Business Saturday (November 27th) and EVERY weekend up until Christmas Eve for all your shopping needs.
There will also be live entertainment, pictures with Santa, family photos, food vendors plus crafts for kids and so much more.
As you begin to shop for your holiday gifts, we invite you to stop by and support Black-owned businesses who have a large array of products and services from bath & body, clothing, handcrafted jewelry, artwork, and fresh baked goods just to name a few of the products available.
MELANnaire Marketplace founder Nachand Trabue says “Finally, a place we can depend on to shop during the holidays. Avoid large traffic jams and support local businesses. That’s a win-win for the community and your dollars go right back into the community. Come shop with local Black-owned businesses. If you would like to be a vendor, we would love to have you just contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
If you are looking to do a profile on Trabue and/or any of the vendors, we invite you to come out and hear the stories. If you would like to be a vendor and/or be a sponsor, please contact MELANnaire Marketplace at http://www.melannaire.com. Please announce and/or post on your community calendars.
“Where Black Businesses Matter”
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