In this episode we chat with Laura Burkhart and Tawni Eakman the co-founders of Full Moon Market in Seattle. Staring their market in the basement of a coffee shop in Seattle.
Full Moon Market has grown into a thriving community that supports artisans and creatives. During the pandemic Full Moon Market has adapted into a virtual community that has monthly gatherings.
The market curates the vendors so that there is not duplication of products this benefits both the vendors and the visitors. Each event has a rotating group of small businesses.
This episode was supposed to be published PRIOR to their May 2, 2021 in person event. We discuss the process about starting events in person again. We know that they will be doing in person events again in the future. Make sure you check out Full Moon Market on their website.
Tawni and Laura were great guests and they have done an amazing job of building a community of creative in the Seattle area. If you like supporting small businesses and creatives you need to check out Full Moon Market.
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