Introduction Fabric Row is basically a hub for textile- related businesses in Philadelphia. It had been dubbed "Fabric Row" because of the past and present predominance of fabric and garment-related merchandise along the corridor.
Introduction By the 1920s, many 4th Street peddlers and stand keepers had moved into dry goods and fabric stores. Tailors and dressmakers came from all over the city to buy fabrics on 4th Street. Philadelphia labor played a role in every stage of the garment industry, from production to retail.
Conclusion Our Store Concept Name & logo Fixtures & floor plan Products & Services Art Jamming Classes Parties (including outing services) Merchandized products Recycled materials Drawing equipment
Conclusion Grand Opening Event Free beverages and food Wall hand-printing Souvenirs Marketing Strategies Online social media & website Magazine ads Discount Future plan
References Fabric Row by Historical Society of Pennsylvania http://www.philaplace.org/story/89/ Palmer, Michele Winitsky. "The Fabric of Our Lives: A History of Philadelphias South Fourth Street." The Fabric Museum. http://www.fabricmuseum.org/Fourth_Street_intro.html ART JAM IRELAND http://www.artjamming.com/ ArtJamming.com http://www.artjam.ie/ artJAMaLAMa http://www.facebook.com/artJAMaLAma