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Fresh Thyme Farmers Market Opens First Cincinnati Store August 27

CINCINNATI, Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Fresh Thyme Farmers Market is excited to announce a grand opening celebration of their first store in Cincinnati, located in the Oakley community at 3321 Alamo Ave. on Wednesday, August 27 at 7 a.m. The fun-filled day includes live entertainment, food sampling, face painting and more. Fresh Thyme CEO Chris Sherrell will be onsite to present $2500 checks to the Healthy Roots Foundation and Gorman Heritage Farm.

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"Opening our second store in Ohio—the first in Cincinnati—is an important step forward in our mission to improve the way our communities eat," Sherrell said. "It's exciting to merge with a community that values a healthy lifestyle and farm fresh produce at affordable prices."

The first 250 shoppers through the door will receive a reusable Fresh Thyme shopping bag filled with $50 worth of healthy, natural and organic groceries. Don't miss out—arrive early to reserve your spot in line!

Grand Opening Schedule:

Wednesday, Aug. 27—Grand Opening Day
6:45 a.m. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber/Community Partners Check Presentation
7 a.m. Doors Open/Grocery Giveaway to First 250 Customers
11 a.m.-11:45 a.m. Live Music by Kids Performer Jennifer Ellis
11 a.m.-3 p.m. Balloon Animals & Face Painting
11 a.m.-4 p.m. Boar's Head Hot Dog Cart
11 a.m.-5 p.m. Graeter's Ice Cream Truck Onsite

Saturday, Aug. 30
12-1 p.m. Live Music by Kids Performer David Kisor
11-3 p.m. Balloon Animals & Face Painting
11-4 p.m. Boar's Head Hot Dog Cart

Sunday, Aug. 31
11-12 p.m. Chef Battle by "Cooking Caravan"

Wednesday-Sunday: Vendor Demos, Entertainment & Giveaways!

About Fresh Thyme
Fresh Thyme Farmers Market is a new full-service specialty retailer focusing on fresh, healthy, natural and organic offerings, all at amazing values. The store's signature offering is an extensive produce department with organic, local fruits and vegetables. Fresh Thyme's full-service offerings include a natural meat department, healthy deli foods to go, bakery goods, 400 bulk food bins, natural and organic groceries, dairy and frozen, as well as vitamins and body care products. Fresh Thyme is offering a NEW shopping experience to the Midwest and is scheduled to open a total of 60 stores by 2019. Learn more by visiting freshthyme.com, and be sure to keep in touch by liking us on Facebook and following us on Twitter.

Press Release contact: Jodi Marsh 317.450.9025 [email protected]

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