A relatively new but growing event that celebrates entrepreneurs in and around West Alabama will return to the Tuscaloosa River Market next month, organizers announced Wednesday.

The shindig, Celebrate Local, is returning for its fifth year and is organized by the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama and Tuscaloosa Tourism & Sports.

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Attendees can browse tables manned by dozens of the Druid City's restaurants and retailers, who generally offer samples, giveaways and products for sale at their stations.

This year's iteration is planned for Tuesday, June 21st, from 11:30 a.m. until 7 p.m.

Celebrate Local is free and open to the public -- check out more details and a regularly updated list of vendors at the Chamber's website here. 

As of Wednesday afternoon, participating vendors included the following:

  • ABZ Rental All
  • Alabama ONE
  • Art Garage
  • Bailey’s Tiger Rock Martial Arts
  • Best of Both Worlds
  • Beyond the Break
  • Bryant Bank
  • The City of Tuscaloosa
  • Embassy Suites
  • Ernest & Hadley Booksellers
  • Gameday Done Right
  • Hampton Inn University
  • Hien Atkins Beauty Lounge & Medspa
  • Hotel Indigo
  • IMakeupme LLC
  • Jalapenos Mexican Grill
  • Lorrie Lane Studio
  • Mark's Mart Tuscaloosa, LLC
  • Mountain High Outfitters
  • North River Technology
  • Nothing Bundt Cakes
  • Orange Theory Fitness
  • Papori
  • Piggly Wiggly
  • Poppin' Sisters Popcorn & Treats, LLC
  • Premier Service Company, Inc.
  • RTR Pro Entertainment
  • Sanford Restaurant Equipment
  • Shine Facial Bar & Skin Health Studio
  • SouthMark Design
  • Sparrow Boutique
  • Spiller Furniture & Mattress
  • TuscaBlue
  • Tuscaloosa Hyundai, Inc.
  • Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter
  • Tuscaloosa Tourism and Sports
  • Velocity Cycles
  • Walk-Ons Sports Bistreaux
  • World of Beer
  • Yellowhammer Candle Co.
  • Your CBD Store Northport.

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