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The Social Exchange's Michael Kate Holiday Market

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Story and photography by Eric Lusk

Since starting The Exchange Boutique several years ago and then The Social Exchange more recently, Brittany Davidson has worked non-stop to put together a variety of events to enrich the experience of living in Murfreesboro. From her relentless social media campaigns, to block parties and small business networking opportunities, Davidson and her Exchange branches have been a hub for shopping, gathering and celebrating what makes our town unique.

On this super-bright afternoon, The Social Exchange hosted their annual Michael Kate Holiday Market at their location near Murfreesboro’s Historic Square. Vendors included: Alameda Made, Bros + Babes, Dale Jewelry Co., Mary Kay, Murfreesboro Made, Peachy Tween, Rodan and Fields, Style x Sasha, Michael Kate Boutique with Southern Sip serving up free mimosas. For more information follow Davidson and The Exchange on social media.

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