Wednesday, August 21, 2013

4 For 4 at Findlay After 4

Findlay Market is the oldest public market in Ohio and has been in continuous operation since 1855. It began as a meeting place where local farmers brought the daily harvest to sell from the backs of carts and wagons. Historically, if you wanted to shop at Findlay Market, you had to get up early and get to the market before all the good stuff was gone. 
Local producers today still set up shop each Saturday and Sunday morning in the Farm Shed at Findlay Market. Selling from the backs of modern vans and pickup trucks, they carry on the tradition of bringing fresh produce, baked goods, honey, and jams to weekend shoppers. 
However, Findlay Market today is much more than an early-morning market. We're open 6 days a week, from 9-6 Tuesday through Friday, 8-6 on Saturday, and 10-4 on Sunday. We're working hard to get the message out that Findlay Market is a great place to do your grocery shopping throughout the week--and especially after 4 pm. We've been spreading the word about Findlay After 4. The 4-6 pm weekday time slot is the perfect time to stop by the market on your way home from work. Do some shopping, enjoy an early meal or a glass of wine, take in the slower pace of the market...and get free parking in adjoining lots for your first hour. 
In addition, Daisy Mae's is introducing something special---a 4 For 4 weekday deal. Each weekday, we'll offer 4 specific fresh produce items for only $4. We'll kick it off this Thursday with 1 head iceberg lettuce, 1 bunch celery, 1 lb. carrots, and 1 cucumber for only $4. Stop by between 4-6 pm and mention "4 For 4" to receive this special price. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with what our "4 For 4" deal is each week. 

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