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Thursday, November 22, 2012

Shop Local @ the Neon Holiday Bazaar in Downtown...

On Saturday, November 24, just two days after we all get stuffed with turkey, Downtown Las Vegas welcomes it's first annual Pop-Up Neon Holiday Bazaar. Sponsored by the historic El Cortez Hotel and Casino, DTLV and The Jewelers Daughter herself Ms. Polly Weinstein, this shopping extravaganza is one not to be missed. Besides there is no better excuse to come down to the hippest part of the city to get your holiday shopping done! The best part of all, the small businesses are locally owned and operated. So forget the big national retailers which are making their employees work on Thanksgiving (bah humbug) and come and support your local businesses this holiday season.

Neon Holiday Bazaar
Saturday, November 24, 12 noon till 8pm
http://www.neonholidaybazaar.com/

Vendors

doTerra Essential Oils, Art Box Design, Medusa Antiques, Joy's Teaspoon, Susan's World, Ninjabot, Desert Art Supply, Box Human Landscaping Retail, MJP Designs, Shelby Girl Designs, Southern Nevada, Wine Walk, Jessica Galindo Leather Couture, Jerry Misko's ATM POP UP GALLERY, Gypsy Den , Artifact, Civilian/Black Cloud, DTLV, The Bungalow, Better than New Boutique, Unicahome, Coterie Boutique, Tower of Jewels , Naked City Sweets, Molto Meatballs, The Cupcakery, Raffle Tent, Patina D├ęcor, The, Jeweler's Daughter, Corner Store Furniture, Slidin Thru, Grouchy John's Truck, Miguel Rodriguez, Rumgr

Sponsors

V & M (Vintage and Modern), Tigerlily, Lotus of Siam, 4' wide logo, Mina Olive Bridal, Haley Hunter, Creative Space, AMS Marketing Sollutions, VA Services, Tuxedo Junction, Globe Salon, Radio City Pizza,  Stitch Factory, Carmine's Pizza, The Vegas Foodie, Ermelinda Manos, Ticket Cake, Southern Wine and Spirits


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