'Made in Tulsa' Product Offerings a Central Focus of Local Marketplace Project
TulsaGo Market merchants signify a diverse group of local makers and creators who want to tell their story.
"You guys have been amazing ever since last year when you opened your website and have been incredible to work with. I can't wait until the March TulsaGo Market." This excerpt comes from Nina Madsen Puckett, owner of Jersey Girl Bath Co. and one of the very first to sign up. Nina later this month shared her story with Fox 23 News and explained how it all started with the mistake of purchasing 55 lbs of Himalayan salt instead of 5.5 lbs. As a result of the excess salt, Nina found a creative way to put it to good use – and thus Jersey Girl Bath Co. was established. Her products offerings at TulsaGo Market include soaking salts, salt scrubs, and aromatherapy roll ons.
Adam Koloff, another inceptive merchant of the marketplace event, is known for his stunning captures and prints that represent the most picturesque of scenes from around the state of Oklahoma. His prints showcase landscapes, city and street scenes, deep astrophotography, and much. Adam's original artwork tells his story and will be on display for purchase at the marketplace.
Although TulsaGo Market is a little under 2 months away, merchants like Nina and Adam are already actively preparing for the event by putting together their unique product offerings. The event will be held on Saturday, March 20, 2021 from 10AM – 6PM in Central Park Hall at Expo Square. Admission is free and open to the public. Learn more at https://www.tulsagomarket.com.