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A one-day market event announced for March in Tulsa will give the community a chance to support a variety of Oklahoma small businesses in one location, organizers said.

The OKGO Marketplace, an extension of the TulsaGo Marketplace held in the spring of 2021, will bring 100 manufacturers and retailers from across the state to Central Park Hall at Expo Square, making it one of the largest gatherings of merchants in Oklahoma.

The event is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on March 19. Free entry.

Traders are selected with the aim of creating a well-rounded and balanced market, organizers said.

Merchants can apply to be considered until February 11.

“After the success of our TulsaGo Market event, we have decided to move forward with an extended version for 2022,” said Erik-Michael Collins, Managing Partner of TulsaGo. “OKGO Market offers all Oklahoma-based makers and designers the opportunity to showcase their brand to local consumers through a carefully curated, high-quality retail marketplace experience.”

Shoppers will be able to find Oklahoma-made wine, specialty spices and sauces, boutique apparel and apparel, handmade soap, candles, and artisan candy.

Also featured are pet accessories and treats, jewelry, artwork, home decor, baby and toddler accessories, natural beauty products, leather goods, craft birdhouses And much more.