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Vendors sought for holiday market

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Interested retailers asked to submit concepts online

UPDATED, Sept. 30: This year, the Town of Arlington is launching an opportunity for area retailers to introduce their small businesses to Arlington residents and visitors.

This, called the Pop Arlington Holiday Market, is set to run from Nov. 26 through Dec. 24, and pop-up locations will be throughout Arlington.

See the town's request here >>

 The town seeks interested vendors to register now for its inaugural year. The current focus is on recruiting retail shops for the holiday pop-up program, with the intent to include other pop-up businesses in the future. 

Vendors are encouraged to submit their business information here >>

 Submitting this form will add vendors to a contact list about pop-up opportunities and spaces available for rent in Arlington. 

Accepted vendors are encouraged to self-promote for Pop Arlington, bringing their base of customers to town. The intention of this program is to show new entrepreneurs all that Arlington has to offer their business, with the potential to fill one of the vacant commercial spaces in town.

Interested Pop Arlington vendors will be provided a complete listing of available commercial properties in Arlington and leasing contacts, as well as information on start-up supports and grants available through the town, state, and other entities. 

For more information about this program, please contact Ali Carter, Economic Development Coordinator, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 781-316-3095.

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This news announcement was published Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021, and updated Sept. 30, to add town link.



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