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South End to host Small Business Saturday shopping event

Several vendors will be selling their goods at four South End locations on Small Business Saturday, a day-long event that will also offer food trucks and trolley rides from one site to the next.
Several vendors will be selling their goods at four South End locations on Small Business Saturday, a day-long event that will also offer food trucks and trolley rides from one site to the next. jwillhelm@charlotteobserver.com

Several vendors will be selling their goods at four South End locations on Small Business Saturday, a day-long event that will also offer food trucks and trolley rides from one site to the next.

Atherton Mill Market, Triple C Brewing, Unknown Brewing and the Charlotte Art League will all host vendors selling clothing, food, jewelry, décor, art and more from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. Nov. 28.

Trolleys will run throughout the day to take shoppers from one place to the next. Here are the details for each location:

▪ Atherton Mill Market (2140 South Blvd.), home to 30 small local businesses.

▪ Triple C Brewing (2900 Griffith St.) will be a pop-up shop for more than 60 small businesses. It will also feature music, raffles, the Sugar Donut truck and craft beer.

▪ Unknown Brewing (1327 S. Mint St.) will host Dudeapalooza, a pop-up shop with 15 vendors specifically catering to men. It will also feature Unknown beer and the Wingzza food truck.

▪ The Charlotte Art League (1517 Camden Road) will host fashion trucks outside, and a small hospitality inside “for the shopped out to recharge.”

Katherine Peralta: 704-358-5079, @katieperalta

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