Coatesville’s First Holiday Pop-Up & Shop Store Launches on Small Business Saturday, November 27

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COATESVILLE, PA — The City of Coatesville announced its inaugural Holiday Pop-Up & Shop Store, a festive holiday shopping destination held over three holiday weekends.  Housed at the site of the Old Army & Navy Store at 228 E. Lincoln Hwy, the store will feature 20 local vendors and welcome the public from 4 pm – 8 pm, on Saturdays and Sundays, starting Saturday, November 27 and 28; and continuing on December 4 and 5; and December 11 and 12.

Coatesville Pop-Up & Shop

“We encourage residents to shop local and shop small as we spotlight our homegrown artisans and entrepreneurs,” says Amber Little Turner, Downtown Business Manager, Coatesville 2nd Century Alliance.  “Along with seasoned business owners, a number of the featured vendors have participated in the City’s Business Skills for Success for the Entrepreneur webinar series, designed to help emerging or existing small businesses grow to the next level.”

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The holiday store will feature a wide range of items perfect for gift giving – from exceptional beauty products and unique clothing to handmade crafts, holiday décor and more!

“The event comes on the heels of this year’s popular summer Pop-Up & Shop Markets,” says James Logan, City Manager, Coatesville. “It provides excellent exposure for business owners and a festive shopping destination for residents and visitors.”

Coatesville Holiday Pop-Up & Shop is made possible through a collaboration between the City of Coatesville and Coatesville 2nd Century Alliance.  Space for the pop-up store has been donated by New Heritage Properties.

Coatesville resident Shannan Thomas, who owns the event-planning company, Thee Social Station, is providing a holiday design makeover to the previously vacant space. “We’re designing colorful, festive window décor that reflects the spirit of all denominations, and shoppers will be welcomed with the sights, scents, and sounds of the holidays!” says Shannan.

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