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EVENT: The afternoon celebration is open to the public and will feature the following: o Free kids haircuts offered by The Bearded Lady
o A piñata, party games and limited edition items offered by Mama Coo’s Boutique.
o Clark Street Boutique will pop-up on site.
o Outdoor barbecue with The Farmer’s Hand, offering locally-made hot dogs, hamburgers on the grill.
oVisit The Flower Truck by Pot + Box
o The Farmer’s Hand will provide specialty coupons for shoppers.
oDJ booth powered with solar energy
o Chair massages by Meta Physica
o Tarot readings
o 5 p.m. Join in and toast to the businesses, enjoy Birthday Cake and Ice Cream
WHO: Detroit business owners available for interviews: ·Ash Hipps, owner of The Bearded Lady
·Lana Rodriguez, owner of Mama Coo’s Boutique
· Kiki Louya and Rohani Foulkes, owners of The Farmer’s Hand
WHY: The businesses located at the corner of Bagley and Trumbull in historic Corktown are collectively celebrating their first year in Detroit. The women-owned successful shops include Mama Coo’s Boutique (opened Aug. 11); The Bearded Lady (July 1) and The Farmer’s Hand (Sept. 30), among others. Join in this community celebration.
WHEN: 3-6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017
WHERE: 1701 Trumbull Ave. at Bagley in Corktown, Detroit
CONNECT: Learn more about these individual businesses by visiting http://www.thebeardedladydetroit.com/ as well as https://www.thefarmershand.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/Mama-Coos-Boutique-616519985080846/