UNF Market DaysPosted by Onassis Krown on
University of North Florida Market Days
The UNF Market Days are held at the John A. Delaney Student Union. UNF is located near the southside in Jacksonville, FL. Each Wednesday, during the Fall and Spring semesters, Osprey Plaza transforms into a bustling marketplace full of local vendors and campus partners. This is a fantastic opportunity for the UNF community to experience a wide variety of products and services, learn about businesses in the Jacksonville area, and engage with fellow Ospreys.
For vendors, Market Days is a chance to promote a business or product in a fun and interactive way while connecting with thousands of members of the UNF community. Many vendors sell their unique items like clothing, handmade jewelry and more! This is one of the fun things to do on the Southside Jacksonville FL.
UNF Market Days Showcase
The UNF market days allows student organizations as well as local businesses to set up tables and/or tents to showcase their products. This event that is held on most Wednesdays it a great way to connect the school, students and the local community together to thrive.
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It is a great way for vendors to not only sell products but to introduce their businesses, find future potential customers and build brand awareness. It is also a great way to test products, get feedback and find what this particular student population finds appealing.
Vendors interested in participating need to visit the UNF website and search for market days. You will see instructions for creating a Web App account, sending an email and registering to participate in future events.
UNF Market Days Black History Month
For Black History Month in February, the UNF Market Day will be more celebratory and feature live music and food. It should be a great time so be sure to come on out!
UNF Market Day Reviews
Since this is a free event and an opportunity to get in front of students and customers, essentially all reviews have been positive!
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