Local handmade shops, bakeries, small businesses, and food trucks gather for a day of shopping and fun. Come support some of Arizona’s best local shops all in one place while crossing names off your holiday lists!
“By giving small businesses our support, we are able to positively im- pact our communities,” said Jennifer Cluff, co-owner of Sweet to the Soul Boutique. “By shopping local, we are helping a little girl receive dance les- sons, a mom and dad put dinner on the table, a child to excel in tutoring, and a family purchase their first home. How
exciting is that?”
Sweet to the Soul Boutique is a family event held at Peoria Sports Complex. Shops will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 30 in the concourses. The first 100 shoppers through gate B will receive a free swag bag. Admission for 18 and over is $5, parking is free.
“Our dream when creating Sweet to the Soul was to create a positive, heart- ful environment to gather and celebrate the talents within our community,” said Lindsay Persons, co-owner of Sweet to the Soul Boutique. “Our market has sur- passed our expectations. Our vendors have created an event that you won’t want to miss.”
Cluff said in the fall 2018, the bou-tique had 4,500 shoppers.
Sweet to the Soul Boutique
Sweet to the Soul Boutique is a market held twice a year in Peoria. Local business owners sell their products in one location while consumers shop local stores for unique products. Sweet to
the Soul Boutique LLC was created in 2015 by Lindsay Persons and Jennifer Cluff. Their vision was to give shoppers a convenient way to support the shop-
local movement while creating a must- see family event. To learn more about Sweet to the Soul Boutique, visit www.sweettothesoulboutique.com.