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FIGHTS FOR:
Kids
WHY SUPPORT?

The MN Christmas Market is an annual pop-up holiday market that showcases homegrown brands and makers, with a charitable twist. All artisans, makers and brands donate 7% of sales from the event to a local charity that fights for kids in the Twin Cities. This year's charity is the Reel Hope Project. The Reel Hope Project makes videos of kids in Minnesota who are waiting to be adopted, sharing these videos around the state to find a forever family for every child.

OUR STORY
In today’s world there are so many things worth investing in, yet none of them seem to be as important as kids. Founded in 2016, the MN Christmas Market was born to bring customers and businesses together to invest in kids once a year. The MN Christmas Market is the collabaration of Fight For Something along with Stormsister Spatique.

THIS YEAR'S SPONSOR
A HUGE thank you to this year's sponsor, Schuler Shoes. We couldn't possibly pull off this event without you.
For anyone looking to keep their business local when it comes to buying shoes, and keep it with a company that cares about our community... there is no one better. Literally no one.
THIS YEAR'S BRANDS
To apply to be one of our 2021 Brands, APPLY HERE and pay your application fee HERE.
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2021 Market Details:
Thanks to our sponsor Schuler Shoes, we are also offering a $25 VIP ticket option. You will skip the line and receive 1 hour of early shopping from 9-10am with special discounts, and a complimentary cocktail/coffee drink! To buy a VIP ticket, follow the links below:

Saint Paul: Purchase St. Paul VIP Tickets Here
Rochester: Purchase Rochester VIP Tickets Here
Minneapolis: Purchase Minneapolis VIP Tickets Here
Duluth: Purchase Duluth VIP Tickets Here

We hope to see you there!
THE MN Christmas Market Store
To shop some of the exclusive MN Christmas Market merchandise, like the print seen below designed by Brett Hurlbut Creative, CLICK HERE.

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