Tulsa Pop-Up Market Allows People To Give Away Unwanted Items

Saturday, September 17th 2022, 11:11 pm

By: News On 6, Ryan Gillin


Over 150 local businesses across Green Country are seeing a boost in support from the community this weekend through the TulsaGo Small Business Crawl.

“When you support a local business, and you buy something that is made here the money stays in the community,” Managing partner with TulsaGo, Erik-Michael Collins said.

In its second year, the business crawl has added 50 more businesses to the list. With a ten-dollar pass, people access to discounts at their favorite stores.

The Coffee House on Cherry Street participated in the crawl and offered a 20% discount on their whole menu.

As a result, Amanda Busky, manager, saw an increase in customers.

“We have been pretty busy this weekend,” Busky said. “We have filled up a lot. Yesterday we were super busy, and there was hardly anywhere to park.”

Busky hopes the new customers will return to the coffee shop, and this will make their business even more successful.

“Hopefully, our business can grow, and we can possibly open more locations,” Busky said.

The event ran Friday and Saturday, and TulsaGo is working to create more events.


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