CoInside Holiday Artisan Market featured in Houston
October 11, 2012 by Sarah
The first annual CoInside Holiday Artisan Market in Houston will take place at 1919 Houston Ave, scheduled for the start of next month.
Local Texas artists will feature their unique artistry and offer many items for sale. Various products, included beaded jewelry, clothing, glasswork, knitting, handmade soap, sculptures, and vintage items will be on offer to attendees.
Food vendors will also be on hand to provide snacks, drinks, and goodies to enjoy throughout the day. Music will be playing to keep everyone tapping their toes as they shop. It might also be an idea to bring the smiling family, as a photographer will be at the event to take family photos in a digital format.
Events of this type frequently contract with local print companies to prepare collateral to help promote the event. An effective tool used for promoting such events is a poster. They are economical to produce as they are normally only printed on a single side. They come in various sizes, are easily transported, and can be hung against most flat surfaces. They are usually hung at eye level to attract attention from people passing by. The purpose is to generate interest and boost attendance.
Banner printing is another popular request for use in festivals and events to help mark specific areas and direct people to those areas. Banners tend to be hung higher in the air than posters, so they can quickly attract attention and response.
The market has been scheduled for November 4 from 11:00 am until 4:00 pm. More information can be found on the event’s website, as can contact details.