St. Claude Main Street is kicking off the fall shopping season with a new retail presence on St. Claude Avenue Thursday, September 4, 2014. The retailers will open for business at noon.
A total of 10 retailers were selected to participate in the six month-long program, which is funded in part by a grant from the Greater New Orleans Foundation. The first two retailers, who will launch the program September 4, 2014, will be Blissett Textiles and Frontier. The entrepreneurs will set up shop inside the Bywater Art Gallery at 3700 St. Claude Avenue.
Additional pop-up retailers that will be “popping up” in the Bywater Art Gallery Space and other locations along St. Claude Avenue include: Lovers Not Biters, and Restrung Jewelry (November-December); Misskarret, The Vintage Commune, and Dynamo (January – February). Three pop-up food retailers will also be participating in the program: EmpanadaNOLA, Koreole, and Laurel’s Licks Ice Cream.
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Wouldn't this be pretty easy to do? Just project it on the side of a building and get some speakers. Here's an example of one they did in my college town:
St. Claude Main Street is donating $2500 to the “Reforest St. Claude” project and identifying businesses that may want to buy a tree to go in front of their building:
Idea: NOLA neighbors want big green trees on St. Claude Avenue. Action: St. Claude Main Street donates $2500 to the “Reforest St. Claude” project a