Providing a location where shoppers can find locally-grown produce is
just one goal of a new summer market. A hometown entrepreneur blends
historic location and sustainability principles to create a new brand
According to excerpts from the story:
A 1930’s landmark Douglas gas station
that has since been a laundromat, fish market, bank, you name it ...
will return this June as The Summertime Market selling fresh local
produce, meats and more.
Andrew Milauckas, set to win a bachelor
of fine arts degree in advertising design from the Savannah College of
Art & Design June 1, will return home this summer to blend edibles
with aesthetics in the small-but-singular building at 176 Blue Star
Highway, northwest of the Blue Star bridge.
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