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A solution to market crowding

publication date: Mar 1, 2011
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Tulsa MarketIn 2009, our farmers’ market in Tulsa, Oklahoma, found itself facing an exciting but stressful problem: We had entirely outgrown our market space.  The parking lot where we held our activities was filled to the brim with vendors and customers. We had a new vendor waiting list four pages long and no place to accommodate them. Many existing vendors wanted to expand their operations to two booths but had nowhere to go. The market’s Board of Directors had a decision to make.  Either we stayed put and remained satisfied with the level of customers and vendors the old location could support, or we moved to a new spot.

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