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With Spring starting and the weather getting nicer in the Pacific Northwest we are gearing up in anticipation for the summer market season!

We're happy to say that Harley's Treats USA will be bringing our wonderful, all natural dog treats to 9 different Farmers Markets in the PNW this summer! We start with the always amazing Proctor Farmers Market on Saturday, March 26th, and will be there every Saturday until December and cannot wait!

Our next market is a new one for us, the Puyallup Farmers Market in Puyallup Washington which starts on Saturday, 16 April, and will run every Saturday this summer.

Then in May our third Saturday market will start in Maple Valley, Washington on May 7th and every Saturday after for the remainder of summer.

June is when things will really be heating up for us, as we begin the Gig Harbor Farmers Market and DuPont Farmers Market (Thursday, June 2nd), Orting Farmers Market (Friday, June 3rd), Point Ruston Farmers Market (Sunday, June 5th), the Lakewood Farmers Market at Fort Steilacoom Park (Tuesday June 7th), and last but not least the Steilacoom Farmers Market on Wednesdays, beginning June 16th.

We're really looking forward to all of these markets, some old and some new (for us) and cannot wait to see all of our old friends while making new ones along the way. So make sure you come on out this summer and visit all of your local farmers markets in the wonderful Pacific Northwest!

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