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The 1st Annual UNIQUE NYC Holiday Show
Saturday, November 17, 2012 at 11:00 AM - Sunday, November 18, 2012 at 6:00 PM (EST)
New York, NY
The largest modern, curated Made-in-America shopping event is coming to NYC!
We believe in quality over quantity. We believe that, together, we can help America’s economy thrive. We think great, local design is worth showing off. And we strive to empower and grow designers, artists and small businesses. Join us. Join our UNIQUE movement. Skip the mall this holiday season and come spend the weekend discovering great made-in-the-USA design – plus enjoy delicious local food, free cocktails and chic DIY projects, our free photo booth and more!
When: Saturday & Sunday, November 17 & 18, 11am - 6pm both days
Cost: $10 online or at the door (kids 12 and under are free)
Admission gets you:
• Your very own collectible tote bag, each design is exclusive-to-each-show
• Free drinks (IZZE, Cocunut Water, GT's Kombucha, beer and wine!)
• Unlimited re-entry for both days
• Free DIY workshops with I Spy DIY at the Toyota Retreat
• Photos and a free print with Oh Snap Studios, who build a live photo booth
• Free activities at the Toyota Retreat space including complimentary massages,
a Braid Bar (yes, sit down and get your hair braided!), live screen-printing on t-shirts,
a lenticular photo booth and more!
Clothing & Accessories • Stationery • Jewelry • Housewares • Ceramics
Gourmet Edibles • Bags & Purses • Photography • Screenprints • Lots more!
More About UNIQUE NYC
UNIQUE NYC is an exciting two-day shopping event that showcases fresh,
hand-selected design talent - all the products are made-in-the-USA!
With no 'middle man' you'll shop directly from the designers themselves, which means prices
will be less then retail yet they actually make more profit. It's a win-win for everyone!
More important, UNIQUE NYC is truly about fostering and growing community, encouraging creativity and design, and bringing attention to the Made in America movement.