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We're About Diversity
Our public markets feature an exciting array of diverse products, diverse people, delivered by professionals with diverse skills.
Welcome to Diverse Markets Management
 

Diverse Markets Management (DMM), LLC is a DC-based firm specializing in the development and management of outdoor public exhibitor markets. Principals in the firm are experienced leaders in specialty vending and in managing relations with this unique group of small business entrepreneurs. Members of the DMM team have an experienced and successful history of working together on markets, especially at historic Eastern Market. Key attributes of the team include the manager of The Flea Market at Eastern Market (FMEM), decades of business activity as exhibitors and managers, as well as long working relationships with other stakeholders of the Market. Because our team has actual investments and livelihoods based on vending and deep roots in the city, we have a particularly personal commitment to a market's success. We are strongly dedicated to developing and maintaining a financially sustainable market while enhancing the ongoing integration of a market into the community.

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The Flea Market at Eastern Market
 

Every Sunday, Year 'Round

We are pleased to announce CONTINUATION OF THE FLEA MARKET AT EASTERN MARKET in Washington, DC, EVERY SUNDAY.  In 2015 we continue for OUR 32nd SEASON, our 23rd at Hine Junior High School.  We are able to accommodate 100 EXHIBITORS EACH WEEK.

The flea market is located along 7th Street SE at C Street on the Hine School grounds between Pennsylvania and N. Carolina Avenues SE, ON CAPITOL HILL.  The Eastern Market Metro Station (Orange/Blue Lines) is at 7th & Pennsylvania.  The location is enhanced by a fine urban neighborhood.  It is A FUN PLACE TO SELL.

Apply at: EasternMarket.net

 

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Crystal City: Sparket - A Creative Market
 

We are pleased to announce SPARKET, a weekly arts market in Crystal City, Virginia, returns for its second year.

Situated on the wide shaded sidewalk on the 1800 block of Crystal Drive, it is adjacent to the Crystal Shops mall, several popular restaurants and retail establishments. Crystal City Metro is 2 blocks away and there is plenty of public parking among major office buildings, apartments and hotels.

The Sparket Creative Market will operate on Wednesdays, from 11am to 2pm, launching April 29 and running through Nov 18, 2015.  A diverse mix of art, crafts, handmade jewelry, accessories, bath/beauty and other local and handcrafted products are desired.  As an additional draw, live-music and select food products will be part of the programming mix. 

Info and application here

 

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MarketSW at Waterfront Station
 

We are pleased to announce MarketSW, a monthly 4 to 9 pm Friday evening arts market at Waterfront Station in SW DC, beginning on May 29, continuing every fourth Friday through October 23, 2015.

Situated on the Square at Waterfront Station at 4th and M Streets SW, MarketSW will be located among Waterfront Station Metro, Safeway, the popular restaurants Station 4 and ZBurger, and Arena Stage. There is plenty of public parking among major office buildings, apartments and the thriving Southwest neighborhood.

This brand-new market is a production of DMM supported by Waterfront Station and the Southwest Business Improvement District.

South West DC, boasts excellent demographics. 17,000 people live in the immediate Waterfront Station area with an average household income of $51,611. The neighborhood is well known for its proximity to the Washington Channel, Fort McNair, and the national headquarters of more than two dozen federal agencies. Most residents in SW are highly educated long-term condo and coop owners with senior positions in government and District agencies.

A diverse mix of art, crafts, handmade jewelry, accessories, bath/beauty, vintage and antique furniture, furnishings, accessories and collectibles, as well as other local and handcrafted products are desired.  As an additional draw, live-music and select food truck will be part of the programming mix. 

Convenient loading and free adjacent parking for the market and an affordable $40 space fee are among the market’s considerable amenities.

 

Info and application here.