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Coterie to launch Shop + Drop Crawl event

Rochester Business Journal
April 29, 2014

Coterie, a mobile application that allows shoppers to find new local products in their neighborhood, plans to launch a shop and crawl event on May 16 from 5 to 9 p.m.

More than 36 local businesses will be involved in the inaugural event, the company said.

“We're really excited by the chance to show how unique, affordable, artistic and genuine Rochester can be,” said Letitia Elizabeth, founder of Indie Coterie, in a statement. “We have every confidence this is going to be something that people look forward to every year.”

Elizabeth is based in New York City. Coterie is the mobile app that she is bringing to Rochester. Her background is in fashion and new media publishing. The event is slated to have live music, fashion, art and food trucks.

The Shop + Drop Crawl event takes place throughout the South Wedge, Park Avenue and the Neighborhood of the Arts in Rochester.

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