2020 Sugar Plum Marketplace Tickets Available – A Virtual Holiday Shopping Affair!

Date posted: August 2020

Tickets are on sale right now for the 2020 Sugar Plum Marketplace, presented by Fort Bend Junior Service League (FBJSL) and Title Sponsor Memorial Hermann Sugar Land. The Marketplace takes place online November 3rd through 8th via a new, professionally designed web platform.

Each ticket is priced at only $15 and allows a patron entry into the Marketplace throughout the duration of the six-day event. Over 100 vendors will showcase a vast array of items available to purchase online ranging from home goods, apparel and accessories, men’s wear, children’s toys, specialty food items and treats, holiday gifts, and more! Patrons may recognize many vendors as long-time favorites from attending the in-person Sugar Plum Market over the last twenty years, and there will be a variety of new and exciting vendors featured as well. Vendors are offering enticing shopping promotions that are exclusive to Marketplace patrons only, and (teaser alert!) Marketplace partner Kendra Scott Sugar Land has a special surprise in store as well. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to safely shop boutique and specialty merchants from the comfort of home while crossing off holiday checklist items or simply treating yourself to something nice.

Proceeds raised by FBJSL from the Marketplace benefit charitable organizations serving Fort Bend County. To date, the Sugar Plum Market has raised over $3.2 million thanks to loyal patrons, participating vendors, generous sponsors, and FBJSL volunteers. Please continue to support FBJSL’s fundraising efforts during this time of need.

Visit www.sugarplummarket.com and www.sugarplummarketplace.com for ticket and donation information. For the latest news and updates, follow @sugarplummarket on Instagram and Facebook.

FBJSL would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the following sponsors: Pamela Printing, absolutely! focus media, Bright Spot Creative, Kendra Scott, Newmark Homes, The Sansone Group at RE/MAX Fine Properties, Allen Boone Humphries Robinson LLP, Sugar Land Town Square and Trustmark National Bank.

 

Photo:

Front row left to right: Jenny Nelson, Brigit Engleman, Jenna Kisner, Theresa Shmerling

Back row left to right: Megan Schlafer, Parita Kurian

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