Labor Day weekend marks the end of summer, and with the end of summer comes a change in products for vendors at Tift Park. After the holiday weekend, they'll be gearing up for the fall season.
"For the vendors this is an important time of the year because we're starting to prepare for Christmas and the holidays," said Martha Bowden.
Some vendors are already showing off their fall product. Shoppers that decided to stay in town to shop are eager to see what's available.
"We try to keep our cost down, and by keeping our cost down we are able to give that to the customers and not have to charge a whole lot of money for the stuff," said Bowden.
Labor Day weekend is typically full of sales, but Bowden says she offers lots of good deals throughout the year.
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