Boston Winter Holiday Market Offers Local Charities Free Spot at This Year’s Event


“We have already doubled the number of vendors and leased out almost all our added retail chalets,” said Millennial Entertainment Group CEO Lena Romanova. “And this year we’re dedicating one chalet to be used on rotational basis by as many as five charities.”

Millennial is asking for nominations from the public for charities than can use the exhibit space during the Boston Winter Village which runs from Nov. 24, through the end of 2017.

The five-week long event features a line-up of local retailers and makers selling handcrafted and distinctive gift items and delicious food, and a dazzling array of winter attractions. Last year, the event generated more than $1.6 million in sales for vendors, with average sales of $37,600 per vendor. This year, Millennial expects to invest another $600,000 into the event and attract more than 700,000 people. Admission to Boston Winter Holiday Market is free to the public.

Nominations for a charity to be hosted at Boston Winter Holiday Market 2017 can be made by:

  • Sending a Tweet to @MXBostonWinter with a link to the nominee’s website and the hashtag #BostonWinter2017
  • “Like” Boston Winter on Facebook and add a suggested nominee to the Boston Winter 2017 Call for Vendors post.
  • Visit and use the “participate” tab to submit names.

Millennial Entertainment Group, previously Millennial Exhibitions, is a global provider of traveling exhibits and seasonal experiences for shopping malls, entertainment centers, museums, and public parks. Millennial Entertainment Group produces tailored holiday markets that enchant the public of all ages, and provides a festive environment where local makers and entrepreneurs showcase their products and wares. Learn more:

SOURCE Millennial Entertainment Group

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