When you shop fair trade this holiday season, you purchase gifts that give twice. Promote justice in the world, fair wages and decent pay. Help others and give gifts with purpose this year! Here’s where to shop.
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Gem Faire is one of the largest gem & jewelry shows on the West Coast. From March 30 – April 1 at the Tacoma Dome, you’ll find Over 80 exhibitors with millions of beads, gemstones, fine jewelry, gold and silver, crystals & minerals at manufacturers’ prices.
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This weekend is filled with great activities for hobbyists, animal lovers and wine enthusiasts. And the Tacoma Rainiers are hosting a job fair for game day staff for their 2012 season!
A boiled down definition of Fair Trade means farmers and artisans in other countries outside the US are able to get a higher price for their products on the market and their workers receive a better wage. With the ability to find baskets, jewelry, home goods, clothing, art, toys and gifts, not to mention coffee and chocolate at Fair Trade stores, here are some of our favorite places for purchasing Fair Trade in Seattle.
Just like the “Island of Misfit Toys” in the classic Rudolph TV show, Seattle artist Krissy Maier can turn a mismatched earring, a broken necklace or unwearable jewelry into fantastic, everyday pieces.
Gem Faire is coming to the Tacoma Dome with jewelry, gems, beads, crystals, minerals & much more at the lowest prices! See for yourself!