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Jacksonville 904 Pop-Up Shop

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The 904 Pop-Up

The 904 Pop-Up claims to be Jacksonville's largest curated pop up, Jam packed with over 200 of Jacksonvilleโ€™s best creatives, food trucks and small businesses all coming together in Jacksonville beach. This saturday pop-up shop market event is typically held on Saturdays once a month.
This market event is a fun thing to do in Jacksonville FL and serves as a great opportunity for local businesses and vendors to sell products like clothing, jewelry, books, fashion accessories and more as well as increase brand awareness, find new customers and connect with the community. Patrons can find new suppliers like Jacksonville clothing brands.

History of the 904 Pop-Up Market

After 15 years of designing and selling apparel under the name 8103 Clothing Inc., owner Mark Braddock is using his experience to help other independent artists, makers and clothing designers build their brands.

Inside a space at 1500 Beach Blvd. in Jacksonville Beach, Braddock recently began launching curated events called 904 Pop Up where customers can purchase products from local and regional brands that might not have access to traditional retail spaces.

The weekend events draw hundreds of people, providing exposure for the brands.

โ€œThereโ€™s a lot of new streetwear brands, new lifestyle brands and urban brands in the area that really donโ€™t have an engine to be able to push their products,โ€ Braddock said.

There are a limited number of events in Jacksonville, he said.

โ€œTheyโ€™re not curated or focused on independent and urban apparel designers,โ€ he said.

Jacksonville Market Events

Braddock, 34, is on his second run in Jacksonville. For more than a decade, he operated 8103 Clothing through online sales and at two flagship retail locations in Jacksonville Beach.

He moved his life and 8103 Clothing to Northern California in 2016 where he took part in local street fairs and pop-up events.

โ€œI was doing a street fair called Truckee Thursdays every week,โ€ he said, referencing the town of Truckee, California.

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