East End Marketplace Supporting WOMR

Presidents' Day weekend special benefits Cape's community radio station

Throughout Presidents’ Day weekend, February 17 through February 19, 2018, Provincetown’s East End Marketplace will donate 10% of its proceeds to WOMR, the radio station announced today. 

Located at the corner of Bradford and Howland Streets in Provincetown, the East End Marketplace offers fresh made-to-order sandwiches, deli meats, cheeses, and salads. It’s a favorite neighborhood bakery and breakfast and lunch spot, and carries Centerville Pies, Cape Cod Pops, Truro Vineyard wines, as well as beer, wine, liquor, imported cheeses, and more.  

“We’re the closest neighbor to WOMR’s studio, and the station’s staff, volunteers, and visitors are frequent customers,” says marketplace co-owner Gary Pasnick. “We believe in WOMR’s mission and want to support local community radio in every way we can. So we’re pleased to be able to make this donation and ensure that the station continues to thrive.” 

WOMR’s Executive Director John Braden adds, “It’s great when neighbors are there for each other. The East End Marketplace’s generosity is an example of how community businesses can support local nonprofits, and we’re grateful for their support.” 

The 10% donation applies to anything ordered or purchased from the marketplace on Saturday, Sunday, or Monday of Presidents’ Day weekend. 

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