124 Grand Market

Vendor Profiles — Dog Dog Goose, juni, & Revolution Ice Cream Co.

Meet some of our friends!

Our Market features the best local vendors in town. Every Wednesday during the market season we will be releasing Vendor Profiles as part of our collaboration with our amazing vendors. This week we’re highlighting the ‘houndmade’ DogDog Goose, the stylish, but modest, juni, and the crowd-pleasing, Revolution Ice Cream Co. These three vendors bring to the market some quality goods.

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DogDog Goose

DogDog Goose, run by an incredible team of dog lovers in St. Alberta, Alberta, provides the market with handmade pet accessories. Established in 2012, DogDog Goose has been piecing together custom leather and synthetic vegan dog collars for your best friends for over six years. Not only that, but they also produce pet care products and accessories. DogDog Goose is run by Lauren Van Keulen and she is overseen by her two resident doggos, Luci and Toro, amongst other team members. They’re a well-oiled machine as they produce high-end products for your best friends. Their products range from bandanas to collars, to food and water bowls. Their products are mostly named after Lord of the Rings characters and locations, so you know that DogDog Goose is run by some pretty cool people. You can catch Lauren and DogDog Goose this Sunday at the 124 Grand Market.

You can keep up to date with DogDog Goose, and see what they’re up to, here—

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juni

juni, formerly known as Pouch Town, is a handmade leather pouch accessory maker run by Leila Plouffe. Leila is a visual artist based in Edmonton and in her spare time she designs handmade leather pouches and sells them at the 124 Grand Market. This week is her last week with us at the market for this season given that she is moving to New York to do an artist residency in Brooklyn. We wish her great success and we hope to see her again next summer. So if you’re in need of a cool new pouch you should definitely stop by to see Leila as this is your last chance to get a new stylish pouch. You can catch her this Thursday!

If you want to keep up to date with Leila and her art, you can here—

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Revolution Ice Cream Co.

Revolution Ice Cream, run by John and Jessica Steblyk, has quickly become a frozen treat staple in Edmonton since its establishment a few years ago. They’ve been a member of the 124 Grand Market for two years now and are one of the fan-favourites. They offer deliciously traditional frozen custard as well as vegan and dairy free options that are legit. Each batch is handmade with love and care as they only use natural ingredients and none of that fake stuff like those other Ice Cream companies. Perfect to eat right out of the pint or with your waffles, pancakes, pies, cakes, and whatever other sweet desserts you like to mix ice cream with. They care about the customer’s experience first and foremost and they believe that building a community leads to building a stronger organization, #IceCreamforthePeople is their passion. Revolution is a market regular and is with us 90% of the season, so come to see them at the 124 Grand Market!

You can keep up to date with Revolution Ice Cream Co., and everything John and Jessica are up to, here—

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We hope you’re enjoying these vendor profiles, share with us what you love the most about these market makers? Stay tuned for next Wednesday when we share with you more about our awesome vendors.

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