Vendor Testimonials

Because their voice matters.

“EatLoCo provides a place where we can come together with other vendors to showcase our products and talents to the local community. It is more than a marketplace, it’s an experience. The EatLoCo team handles promotion and planning so we can focus on selling our products. We have learned so much from our fellow vendors and we leave each event feeling blessed and looking forward to the next one. Every weekend brings a new opportunity to reach more customers and increase sales. It has been fun getting to know the team, other vendors, people of Brambleton and Purcellville and we are excited to grow with EatLoCo!”

Susanne and Charlie Reed
Reed Farms

“Every Saturday and Sunday we are represented at EatLoco’s Brambleton and One Loudoun Marketplace. The people here are wonderful and there is a large variety of vendors. The market is family and dog friendly and you can simply feel the good vibe that’s in the air. We love coming here!”

Little Austria

“This year is my first time being a vendor at the One Loudoun Farmers Market and it is such a pleasure to be a part of EatLoco. Dan and Linna are so easy to work with, very responsive and shows their care for their vendors. They are organize and provide all the details you need to run a smooth market. There has been great traffic and I’ve met only nice folks. You will not be disappointed coming to see the vendors or by being a vendor. I highly recommend EatLoco!”

Jayzel Lizares
Owner
Béni Bakery, LLC

“We’ve been vendors at the EatLoco One Loudoun and Brambleton marketplaces and they are wonderful. The management before, during, and after is responsive, supportive, and thorough. The events are well advertised and attended and the customers always seem to enjoy themselves. Having music and special events it a great way to create a sense of community through the market as an event, not just a place to buy things.

It has been a great avenue to to build a customer base and brand recognition. Also getting to know the other vendors and their products has been a joy. A market doesn’t go by that I don’t come home with bison, bloody mary mix, or chocolate milk.

We love EatLoco Marketplaces and we are proud to call ourselves vendors.”

Andrea Howard,
Veritas Chocolate

“Being a new company from Northern Virginia, Clark & Hopkins was looking for a dynamic market that would support its vendors via marketing, excellent communication and really listening to any suggestions that we may have. Dan and his team are constantly looking for opportunities to get our name out there. Our pepper sauces are designed around cuisines from all over the world, so we needed a market structure that attracts a dynamic audience…we have found that in Dan and his team. In fact, we have a myriad of customers follow us on social media and have even posted videos enjoying our products! All of this activity and we just started with EatLoCo. We look forward to growing with EatLoCo!”

Brandon Clark,
Co-Owner
Clark & Hopkins

“EatLoCo Brambleton Marketplace is a beautiful market with an incredible number of families who come out from surrounding communities. The variety of local vendors is truly distinctive, the quality of products is exceptional, and the addition of live music, yoga classes in the park and trucks offering services such as animal adoption, really set it apart. We are an artisan baker and on one side we have olive oil and on the other jams and sauces to go with our artisan breads. Across from us is a local coffee roaster where people grab fresh coffee to go with our pastries. It’s a testament to the EatLoCo staff’s responsiveness to market vendor needs and the overall flexibility we have experienced here.
The Brambleton market is pretty special already and feels poised to grow quickly into something remarkable. Bread & Water Company is extremely happy to be a part of this.”

Christian Panas
Bread & Water Company

“EatLoCo is creating a marketplace that is unique, we participate in many farmers markets around the area and the structure, diligence, and forethought that went into these markets are superior. We greatly appreciate the time and effort that the team puts in to market and represent our collective brands, keeping foremost the mission of farmer/ artisan to consumer- connecting the community to us directly. We see tremendous growth potential with this partnership. This is our first foray into Loudon County, we are developing relationships from the ground up- EatLoCo has provided a warm welcome and healthy environment that has made our entrance less cold. Go small business!”

Lauren Taylor
Liberty Delight Farms

“Our Loudoun-based certified organic poultry farm sold at 4 Loudoun County markets last year. Paying our market salesperson and organic poultry feed cost us significantly more than we were making in product sales. Our farm was dying financially. After 3-years selling in Loudoun, we decided last Fall that we had to leave Loudoun markets for the bigger markets closer to D.C. As we were finishing the season at One Loudoun, EatLoCo took over and we immediately saw an increase in customers and sales. In the middle of our harshest winter to date, our EatLoCo sales continued to climb and were soon routinely equal to and greater than our sales in the big city. Nothing about our farm’s organic products or practices changed – but everything had changed! EatLoCo’s advocacy and advertising and sponsorships had put LoCo farmers markets on the map. We are promoted on local TV stations; on the radio; in the local newspapers and on signs across the county. It is only Spring time and yet the communities are coming out in droves with 600+ customers per market. I know that my $35 weekly vendor fee in no way pays for all this and I am not sure how the small EatLoCo staff does it all. But what I do know is that my farm will survive and prosper under EatLoCo and if the bigger cities want my farm’s products, well, they will just have to come to Loudoun to get them because we are home to stay!”

Bob Walz
Harpers Ferry Family Farm

EatLoCo provides a place where we can come together with other vendors to showcase our products and talents to the local community. It is more than a marketplace, it’s an experience. The EatLoCo team handles promotion and planning so we can focus on selling our products. We have learned so much from our fellow vendors and we leave each event feeling blessed and looking forward to the next one. Every weekend brings a new opportunity to reach more customers and increase sales. It has been fun getting to know the team, other vendors, people of Brambleton and Purcellville and we are excited to grow with EatLoCo!

Susanne and Charlie Reed
Reed Farms

Every Saturday and Sunday we are represented at EatLoco’s Brambleton and One Loudoun Marketplace. The people here are wonderful and there is a large variety of vendors. The market is family and dog friendly and you can simply feel the good vibe that’s in the air. We love coming here!

Little Austria

This year is my first time being a vendor at the One Loudoun Farmers Market and it is such a pleasure to be a part of EatLoco. Dan and Linna are so easy to work with, very responsive and shows their care for their vendors. They are organize and provide all the details you need to run a smooth market. There has been great traffic and I’ve met only nice folks. You will not be disappointed coming to see the vendors or by being a vendor. I highly recommend EatLoco!

Jayzel Lizares
Owner
Béni Bakery, LLC

We’ve been vendors at the EatLoco One Loudoun and Brambleton marketplaces and they are wonderful. The management before, during, and after is responsive, supportive, and thorough. The events are well advertised and attended and the customers always seem to enjoy themselves. Having music and special events it a great way to create a sense of community through the market as an event, not just a place to buy things.

It has been a great avenue to to build a customer base and brand recognition. Also getting to know the other vendors and their products has been a joy. A market doesn’t go by that I don’t come home with bison, bloody mary mix, or chocolate milk.

We love EatLoco Marketplaces and we are proud to call ourselves vendors.

Andrea Howard,
Veritas Chocolate

Being a new company from Northern Virginia, Clark & Hopkins was looking for a dynamic market that would support its vendors via marketing, excellent communication and really listening to any suggestions that we may have. Dan and his team are constantly looking for opportunities to get our name out there. Our pepper sauces are designed around cuisines from all over the world, so we needed a market structure that attracts a dynamic audience…we have found that in Dan and his team. In fact, we have a myriad of customers follow us on social media and have even posted videos enjoying our products! All of this activity and we just started with EatLoCo. We look forward to growing with EatLoCo!

Brandon Clark,
Co-Owner
Clark & Hopkins

“EatLoCo Brambleton Marketplace is a beautiful market with an incredible number of families who come out from surrounding communities. The variety of local vendors is truly distinctive, the quality of products is exceptional, and the addition of live music, yoga classes in the park and trucks offering services such as animal adoption, really set it apart. We are an artisan baker and on one side we have olive oil and on the other jams and sauces to go with our artisan breads. Across from us is a local coffee roaster where people grab fresh coffee to go with our pastries. It’s a testament to the EatLoCo staff’s responsiveness to market vendor needs and the overall flexibility we have experienced here.
The Brambleton market is pretty special already and feels poised to grow quickly into something remarkable. Bread & Water Company is extremely happy to be a part of this.”

Christian Panas
Bread & Water Company

“EatLoCo is creating a marketplace that is unique, we participate in many farmers markets around the area and the structure, diligence, and forethought that went into these markets are superior. We greatly appreciate the time and effort that the team puts in to market and represent our collective brands, keeping foremost the mission of farmer/ artisan to consumer- connecting the community to us directly. We see tremendous growth potential with this partnership. This is our first foray into Loudon County, we are developing relationships from the ground up- EatLoCo has provided a warm welcome and healthy environment that has made our entrance less cold. Go small business!”

Lauren Taylor
Liberty Delight Farms

“Our Loudoun-based certified organic poultry farm sold at 4 Loudoun County markets last year. Paying our market salesperson and organic poultry feed cost us significantly more than we were making in product sales. Our farm was dying financially. After 3-years selling in Loudoun, we decided last Fall that we had to leave Loudoun markets for the bigger markets closer to D.C. As we were finishing the season at One Loudoun, EatLoCo took over and we immediately saw an increase in customers and sales. In the middle of our harshest winter to date, our EatLoCo sales continued to climb and were soon routinely equal to and greater than our sales in the big city. Nothing about our farm’s organic products or practices changed – but everything had changed! EatLoCo’s advocacy and advertising and sponsorships had put LoCo farmers markets on the map. We are promoted on local TV stations; on the radio; in the local newspapers and on signs across the county. It is only Spring time and yet the communities are coming out in droves with 600+ customers per market. I know that my $35 weekly vendor fee in no way pays for all this and I am not sure how the small EatLoCo staff does it all. But what I do know is that my farm will survive and prosper under EatLoCo and if the bigger cities want my farm’s products, well, they will just have to come to Loudoun to get them because we are home to stay!”

Bob Walz Harpers Ferry Family Farm

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