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The 2014 Colorado Farmers Market Guide

Who is Hippo?

AKA Dan Borgmann

Eleven years ago Dan started Vendor Hippo, a Colorado multi-media company focusing on building communities and providing services to the Colorado Farmers Market industry.  Over the years the Hippo services have included everything from promotional video production to merchant services, from managing markets and festivals to selling.....  cont.

Online Networking Forms

For 2014 we are assisting vendors and market owners network with one another via our website.  Choose Market Owner or Vendor below and fill out the short form with your contact information.  Members will then be able to log on and scroll through categorized lists of available vendors and markets.   Questions call (303) 913-3021.

For Vendors, this is a great way to get some additional exposure and possibly get hooked up with markets they may have not have known about before.  Market owners of course can find vendors they feel will satisfy their customers.

If you are a market owner fill out

THE MARKET OWNER FORM.  

If you are a vendor, fill out

THE VENDOR FORM.

Denver may OK front-yard sales of home-grown produce, eggs, honey  

Citizens of Denver could sell their homegrown produce and some homemade food items under a proposed change to the city's zoning code.Backers say the initiative would improve nutrition in areas without nearby grocery stores, known as "food deserts.""We do have neighborhoods in Denver that are food deserts, where people don't have access to nutritious foods," said Denver City Councilwoman Robin Kniech, who is spearheading the proposal.A fringe benefit would be economic development on an individual scale."In this economy, any chance for families to make a little extra income would be a positive," Kniech said.


Click here to read the rest of the article online and also look for Councilwoman Kniech's article in the upcoming issue of the Colorado Market Guide.

Article from the Denver Post and Steve Raabe

Additional information


With the help of Local Radius, Vendor Hippo and the Colorado Market Guide will soon be offering a more dynamic and user friendly website.  Stay tuned!

LocalRadius.net meets up with Vendor Hippo in 2014