The holidays are quickly approaching and that means it’s time to start thinking about holiday shopping! It’s always tough to come up with unique and meaningful gifts that won’t break the bank. Worry not! Our friends over at TESSA Commercial Real Estate did all their holiday shopping at the Woodlawn Marketplace this year and are here to give you some fun ideas. The best part? By shopping local at the Woodlawn Marketplace, you will be supporting female and minority entrepreneurs. It doesn’t get better than that!


Convinced yet? There are so many more fun gift ideas that can be found in the Marketplace. Like Meredith said – head on over and check it out yourself! Click below to learn more about the Marketplace and all the awesome vendors featured there.

Woodlawn Marketplace Details

And click here to learn about the newest vendors that have joined the Marketplace!

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