Ardmore, PA, October 22, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Clover Market, recently named a “Best Vintage Sale” for the second year in a row by Flea Market Style Magazine and the “Top Market” in Philadelphia by Racked Philly, opens its second location in Chestnut Hill on Sunday Oct. 27 from 10-5 PM, rain or shine. The Market will be located in the parking lot at 25 W. Highland Ave. and along W. Highland Ave from the parking lot to Germantown Ave. The final fall date is November 3 in Ardmore, and the 2014 dates are to be announced.
Over 100 carefully selected vendors are confirmed, with the Market’s usual mix of antiques and collectibles, finely handcrafted items, vintage clothing and jewelry, architectural salvage, and affordable original art. A complete vendor list has been posted to the Market website.
“Chestnut Hill was the perfect location for expansion,” says Janet Long, the founder of the Market. “I wanted to do something in a vibrant and active business district, and this location certainly fit the bill,” says Laurie Wightman, Chestnut Hill Retail Recruiter, “We are thrilled to have Clover Market come to Chestnut Hill! I think this will really raise awareness and bring many people here who wouldn’t necessarily visit all of the wonderful shops and restaurants that we have to offer.”
There will be free kids’ crafts provided by Sweet Mabel Folk Art & Fine Craft and the popular kids’ Halloween parade which starts at 1 PM at O’Doodles toy store will also make its’ way through the Market before proceeding down Germantown Avenue for trick or treating. Food and drinks will be provided throughout the day by the following gourmet food trucks which will be located in the E.B. O’Reilly and Associates parking lot off W. Highland Ave.: Delicias, Mac Mart Food Truck, Surf and Turf Truck, Sweetbox Truck, Taco Mondo and The Tot Cart.
The Market is free and open to the public, and the various parking options around Chestnut Hill can be found on the Clover Market website. Additional information and vendor inventory sneak peeks can also be found on the Market’s Facebook page for customers who want to plan their day or preview some of the merchandise for sale.
Customers can also take public transit to the Market. “We are just steps from the Chestnut Hill West train station – and most of our vendors offer delivery options for larger pieces – so it’s a really convenient option to have. We’re just a quick ride from Philly,” says Long.
The Market is sponsored by Main Line Media News, Main Line Parent Magazine, and Main Line Today Magazine, and is produced in cooperation with the Chestnut Hill Business Association.