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Coatesville Business Showcase & Art Expo Celebrates Black History

Jan 30, 2024 | Coatesville, Downtown, Event

In a nod to the rich tapestry of Black history, the Coatesville Business Showcase & Art Expo is set to unfold on Saturday, February 17, 2024, from 11:30 AM to 4:30 PM at the Made in Coatesville Market, located at 228 East Lincoln Hwy.

The event serves as a unique platform, bringing together talented artists and visionary business owners to share their stories and highlight the incredible contributions of the Black community. At its core, the celebration recognizes the profound impact of Black history on the arts and entrepreneurship, emphasizing the importance of preserving cultural heritage.

2nd Century Alliance invites attendees to join the celebration and contribute to the creation of lasting connections. The expo aims to showcase the brilliance of Black history and build a foundation for a future where creativity and entrepreneurship know no bounds.

Taking place at the Made in Coatesville Market, the event promises a vibrant atmosphere, fostering unity and appreciation for the diversity of talent within the Black community. The location, at 228 East Lincoln Hwy, Coatesville, PA 19320, provides the perfect backdrop for a day filled with art, culture, and entrepreneurial spirit.

Artists and vendors are encouraged to be part of this enriching experience by registering for the event. A non-refundable vendor fee of $35 applies, offering participants the opportunity to showcase their talents and products to a diverse audience.

As the Coatesville Business Showcase & Art Expo approaches, the anticipation builds for a day that not only celebrates Black history but also propels the community toward a future of limitless creativity and entrepreneurship. To register as a vendor, simply click HERE and be part of this inspiring event.

Posted by Monica Ferguson

Monica is a senior at West Chester University studying Digital Marketing. She is excited about moving to Chester County and eventually starting her career there after graduation.

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