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Valley Marketplace is celebrating its first anniversary

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The Valley Market Place - Ohio’s First 100% Amish Market is celebrating their one year anniversary by having a three day weekend event bash.

The Valley Market Place is the Valleys only Amish market with over 25 vendors offering their homemade goods, products, and food. This event will highlight many of the unique offerings by each Amish vendor.

In addition to the items that’ll be for sale, that’s just the beginning. The fun and festivities include horse & buggy rides, pony rides, lamb & pork roast -- all outside during the 3 day event.

To kick things off right, The Valley Market Place is hosting a FREE pancake breakfast this Thursday Aug 7th at Our House Restaurant located inside the market. Between the hours of 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. Anybody who comes to the market will enjoy FREE pancakes courtesy of Yuri - the Our House Family restaurant owner. The market will open at 9 a.m. each of day except for the pancake breakfast.

The lamb & pork roast will take place at 2 p.m. and will be available for immediate purchase on a first come, first served basis.

As an added incentive for anybody considering coming to the weekend event. The Valley Market Place has in place a weekend voucher special that enables the holder of a voucher, to access exclusive offers held by each vendor in the market. To claim a voucher, you are to visit the website www.myvalleymarketperks.com/tv21.

The Valley Market Place is also proud to be the only business in the Valley with the No Smile No Pay guarantee; which will also be in effect during the anniversary weekend.

 

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