WEST LONG BRANCH – More than 80 Monmouth County-based manufacturers have signed on for the “Made in Monmouth” exposition to be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, at Monmouth University’s MAC Center on Larchwood Avenue.
Items to be featured include custom furniture, a novel written by a local author, beautiful jewelry at every price point, gluten-free baked goods, chocolate, peanut brittle, specialty honey, award-winning sauces and custom cellphone cases. There will also be original art, art made from repurposed items, decorative items for home and garden, handbags and accessories will be available to purchase and sample. There is something for everyone at Made in Monmouth.
This event, organized by the Monmouth County Division of Economic Development and sponsored by the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders in conjunction with Monmouth University, will introduce residents to the variety and quality of products being made in Monmouth County.
The event is free for the public and vendors.
Made in Monmouth is a project under the Division of Economic Development’s Grow Monmouth initiative. For more information about how Grow Monmouth can help your business, go to the Grow Monmouth page at www.visitmonmouth.com.
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