“No one knew what to expect going into the first show. Needless to say, we were surprised by the turn out and made great sales every single night. Although tickets were sold out (yay!), the influx of crowd was managed really well which made running the market enjoyable.”
DON'T MISS OUT ON THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE PART OF THE BIGGEST AND BRIGHTEST CHRISTMAS EVENT IN TEXAS
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The key to a successful event is to have a wide variety of unique, local vendors. Enchant is looking for both food truck and market vendors.
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“We were impressed with the number of people who came through the Market to check out every vendor. Our booth was crawling with curious Christmas shoppers who were delighted with our huge selection of vintage Christmas sweaters and hand carved bowls. It was fun and profitable!”
Owner of Greener Valley Trading
“How could you not wish to be part of this excitement!”
Owner of The Baked Potato Co.
“The event ended up being busier than anyone could even dream with sold out tickets every night. Be prepared to have an incredible time!”
REEL Mac & Cheese
“The Light Maze and Market brought so many people together to celebrate the holidays, it was really great to see all the positive feedback from the community. We are looking forward to making this event a local tradition.”
Coastal Concessions Inc.
“A light maze + holiday market is such a unique concept and the event attracted thousands of visitors each night. Not only was it super busy, but also well-organized. The core team behind Enchant is professional, personable and extremely conscious of their staff, vendors and guests.”