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Burbank and HyeNoor Inc. Introduce the Burbank Cultural Market

Burbank, CA (November 30, 2021) – The City of Burbank and HyeNoor Inc. are proud to introduce the Burbank Cultural Market, a weekly outdoor market held every Thursday from 5:00pm to 9:00pm located at the corner of Palm Avenue and San Fernando Blvd. on the AMC walkway in Downtown Burbank. The market will host various local vendors from Burbank and its neighboring cities selling goods ranging from apparel, baked foods, handmade décor, and much more.

"Our vision is to create an opportunity for local artisans and small businesses to sell unique and one-of-a-kind goods to the local community, while supporting local non-profit organizations in Burbank by donating a percentage of sales weekly,” said Harry Kevorkian and Hilda Avenessian of HyeNoor Inc. “We’re excited to bring a cultural market to Burbank to raise awareness of the richly diverse culture within this community, the many small businesses, and also be able to give back.”

The Downtown Burbank Cultural Market will have a soft opening on December 2, 2021, at 5:00pm and an official grand opening on December 9, 2021, at 6:00pm.

The market’s 25+ vendors will donate a weekly minimum of $10.00 of their sales to a local non-profit organization such as the Family Promise of the Verdugos, serving the Burbank and Glendale communities to develop comprehensive, holistic solutions for families facing homelessness.
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Burbank is a diverse community of 105,800 residents. Billed as the “Media Capital of the World”, numerous media and entertainment companies are headquartered in Burbank including Warner Bros. Entertainment, The Walt Disney Company, Nickelodeon Animation Studios, Netflix Animation, and Cartoon Network Studios. With the Hollywood Burbank Airport located within the City, Burbank is a go-to destination for business and tourism. Additionally, Burbank is known for its walkable and safe neighborhoods, well-run school district, and “small town” charm

Published on: November 30, 2021
02:24 PM