My Cape Town Market Atlantis: A Platform for Local Vendors to Thrive

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My Cape Town Market Atlantis is an upcoming event that offers a unique opportunity for local vendors to showcase their products and services. The event aims to connect local traders with new and existing customers and create economic opportunities for the community.

Event Details:

The market event is scheduled to take place at the Atlantis Heritage Market in Robinvale on Friday, June 2nd, 2023, from midday to 5:00 pm and Saturday, June 3rd, 2023, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The event promises to be a blend of various talented artists, gadget gurus, and culinary wizards.

Activities and Features:

The event is not just about trading bays; it will also have engaging activities like busker performances, emerging artists’ showcases, and a children’s play zone. Furthermore, the event aims to foster community spirit and support local traders’ businesses.

Trading Bay Application:

Applying for a trading bay is easy and free of charge. Interested traders can fill out the online form or get hard copy application forms by contacting Keizah Ruiters or visiting the listed municipal offices between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm on weekdays. However, it’s important to note that space is limited, and the selection criteria will determine the trading opportunities granted.

Deadline for Application:

The deadline for trading bay applications is Tuesday, May 30th, 2023, at 5:00 pm. The extended deadline provides ample time for vendors to apply and showcase their unique products and services.

Don’t miss this chance to contribute to the thriving community of local traders, creators, and entrepreneurs at My Cape Town Market Atlantis. For further information and inquiries, please contact Shirley Alexander via email or Patricia Richards at 021 400 5379.

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