Boise International Market

Dated: 12/19/2014

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Needing some gift ideas? Why not head over to the Bench and check out the new Boise International Market at 5823 W. Franklin? They've got something for everyone on your list from fashionistas to foodies.

This "multicultural marketplace" is dedicated to helping refugees and entrepreneurs by providing "affordable spaces, mentoring, and business development." It's exciting to see so much from so many different cultures and to know that those fun, quirky gifts are helping people establish themselves in a new country. If you'd like to be more involved, you can become a member and receive discounts on specified Member Days, or you can volunteer by contacting [email protected]

Thinking the Bench sounds like your kind of neighborhood? Give us a call. We'd love to help you find your new home!

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Janet Jameyson

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