If you’re in a cold weather or Super Bowl slump, the Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) has some news that just might brighten your day. The popular Greene Street Market, known for selling locally made goods and produce every April through October on its namesake street in downtown Huntsville, is setting up shop at the Visitor Center on Friday, February 12th from 10:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.

The first time event is a partnership between the Huntsville/Madison County CVB and Greene Street Market organizers to celebrate the 3rd annual #iHeartHsv campaign. A complete vendor list can be found on page 3.

#iHeartHsv is a social media campaign organized by the Huntsville/Madison County CVB that encourages social media users to respond to unique daily prompts about the great offerings of the Rocket City and its surrounding areas. The Huntsville/Madison County hospitality industry donates hundreds of prizes ranging from attraction passes to dining gift certificates, hotels stays, local art and more. One winner per day is chosen throughout the 14-day campaign. More information on the annual campaign, including its history and importance, can be found here.

“Not only does Huntsville continue to surprise and delight visitors and residents alike with new and unique offerings, but so does the #iHeartHsv campaign,” said Huntsville/Madison County CVB President/CEO Judy Ryals. “We’re thrilled to host the #iHeartHsv Greene Street Pop Up Market at the Visitor Center. The Visitor Center is a wonderful resource to find information about events, attractions, hotels, restaurants and more throughout Madison County. We look forward to more events like this one that show off our diverse, hospitable and charming community at the Visitor Center.”

The Visitor Center is located at 500 Church Street NW, Suite One in Downtown Huntsville. Open seven days a week, the Visitor Center is staffed with Visitor Information Assistants ready to answer questions about things to do in Huntsville and Madison County. A part of the Huntsville/Madison County CVB, the Visitor Center can be reached by phone at 256.551.2370 or via e-mail at info@huntsville.org.

 

Also new to the #iHeartHsv campaign 2016

#iHeartHsv Collection – The Huntsville/Madison County CVB has partnered with Arts Huntsville (formerly The Arts Council) on a brand new collection of locally made items celebrating Huntsville and Madison County. These special items will help kick off The Year of Alabama Makers – an official Alabama Tourism Department campaign. Items are now available for purchase at the Downtown Visitor Center (500 Church Street).

To learn more about the #iHeartHsv Greene Street Pop Up Market, the #iHeartHsv collection and the #iHeartHsv campaign, visit huntsville.org/iHeartHsv or contact Jessica Carlton, Huntsville/Madison County CVB Marketing Manager, at 256.551.2294 or jessica@huntsville.org.

 

About Huntsville/Madison County CVB

The Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) is a non-profit 501(c)(6) organization which was developed in 1970 to create economic growth for Huntsville/Madison County by marketing the community as a top-of-mind convention and visitor destination. As the official city/county agency which promotes the area as a tourist destination and convention site, the CVB works with an array of hospitality industry partners to market our destination to visitors of all types.

 

#iHeartHsv Greene Street Pop Up Market Vendor List

Phil Draper, woodworker, will have a selection of unique cutting boards, rolling pins and other items.

Monte Perry, jewelry artist, will have a selection of inspired pieces to include earrings, necklaces and bracelets.

Silver Moon Farm, soap artisans, will have a selection of their all-natural goat milk soap and other skin care items.

Tutt & Tutt's Relish Our Relish, husband and wife team Lane and Drew Tutt, will have their famous relish, garlic pickles, dressing and other seasonal goodies.

Jala-Jala will have locally made pepper jellies, salsa, corn relish and a 100 year old recipe that makes their chili mix sensational.

Crazy Bakey Things will have beautiful and delicious decorated cookies and sweet treats that will make the perfect valentine treat.

And last, but not least, The Greene Street Market at Nativity Store will have a variety of items.

 

 

 

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