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Ligonier Country Market poster again national fan favorite

Mary Pickels
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Farmers Market Coalition
Peyton Clark of PMC Paintings, a Ligonier Country Market vendor, created the winning poster. Peyton Clark of PMC Paintings, a Ligonier Country Market vendor, created the poster.
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Farmers Market Coalition
Peyton Clark of PMC Paintings, a Ligonier Country Market vendor, created the winning poster.
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Farmers Market Coalition
Ligonier Country Market’s entry in the National Farmers Market Poster Contest is the fan favorite for the third year in a row.

For the third year in a row, the Ligonier Country Market’s entry in the 2019 National Farmers Market Poster Contest is the winner of the “Fan Favorite Poster.”

Created by Peyton Clark of PMC Paintings, a market vendor, the poster is a recipient of more than 1,100 votes on Facebook, according to Cari Frei, market executive director.

Since 2014, Farmers Market Coalition has hosted the National Farmers Market Poster Contest to showcase the creative ways that farmers markets around the country advertise in their communities.

Farm Aid is the contest sponsor.

This year, more than 200 poster entries were entered from farmers markets across 46 states.

All submissions may be viewed by visiting 2019 National Farmers Market Poster Contest album.

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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