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Greenville Drive-In lending space to artists, craftspeople

Elaine Houston
Created: May 13, 2021 05:19 PM

GREENVILLE - Many local craftspeople and artists have found themselves without the ability to sell their wares, because the venues where they used to sell have closed down.

Now things are beginning to open back up, but until they do completely, two women have come up with a plan of their own.

Two Ladies Market is the idea of Robin Papa and Samantha Duncan. When the world fully comes back to normal, it would have meant there still would have been no place in the Greenville area for them to sell their items.

If there is anything the pandemic has taught them, it is to pivot and make a change. So Papa and Duncan, thanks to help from the Greenville Drive-In on State Route 32, will now use the drive-in as a spot for venders in the area to sell their wares on a regular basis.

The response from women has been overwhelming.

Learn how many vendors there will be at the first opening by watching the video of Elaine Houston's story.

MORE INFORMATION: The Two Ladies Market


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