Martha Stewart seeking Made in America entrepreneurs

Retail Editor 3, Becky Smith, August 3, 2012

New York - Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia is seeking creative entrepreneurs who have launched businesses in the fields of American-made design, food, crafts, or gardening. Ten finalists will take part in an artisanal fair here in October, and the winner will receive $10,000 to furthur his or her business as well as a feature in the December issue of Martha Stewart Living.
The artisanal fair will take place Oct. 16-18 in Grand Central Terminal, with demonstrations, tastings and workshops. MSO is sponsoring the event in conjunction with Avery Dennison, Etsy and The UPS Store.
"I am excited to recognize the work of other creative entrepreneurs and it is my hope that American Made will become an annual initiative for the brand that will continue to nurture honorees, support their passions and expand their businesses, setting an inspiring example for the MSLO audience and beyond," said Stewart, founder and chief creative officer Martha Stewart.
For more information, visit Americanmade.marthastewart.com

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