Clover Market, which originally started on the Main Line, will pop up in Kennett Square on June 5. It is a wonderland of high-end, artisan-made and vintage goods that has everything from clothes and jewelry to tableware and furniture, writes Melissa Jacobs for the Main Line Tonight.
There are also food trucks and live music to ensure there truly is something for everybody.
Becoming a vendor at Clover Market can be a huge boost for a small business that can find itself catapulted into regional or national spotlights. The main reason is Long’s careful curating of vendors for each season.
“When I review applications, I’m looking for product quality, craftsmanship, uniqueness, cohesiveness of design, the overall mix of sellers, and fit with the Market’s aesthetic and what I feel will resonate most with our customers,” she said.
One of her original success stories is Malvern’s Zoet Bathlatier, which is now a thriving business.
“It’s one of the things that I’m really proud about,” said Long.
Read more about Clover Market in the Main Line Tonight.