Pick Up Cruelty-Free Vegan Gifts at PETA’s Holiday Kind Market

From Vegan Sweets to Dog Treats, Fair Will Be a Winter Wonderland of Locally Made Home Goods, Clothing, Food, and More

For Immediate Release:
December 14, 2016

David Perle 202-483-7382

Los AngelesWhat:    This weekend, PETA’s Empathy Center in Echo Park will host the group’s first-ever Holiday Kind Market. Shoppers will be able to pick up delicious treats, clothing, jewelry, beauty products, home goods, companion-animal supplies, and more—all from local, cruelty-free vegan vendors—and 10 percent of all sales will go toward supporting PETA’s lifesaving work to help animals.

When:    Saturday and Sunday, December 17 and 18, 11 a.m.–5 p.m.

Where:    PETA Empathy Center, 2624 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles

“Whether you’re shopping for yourself, Fido, or a friend, PETA’s Holiday Kind Market will have the perfect gift for you,” says PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman. “By buying a delicious vegan snack or a beautiful wool-free coat, shoppers can support local companies while helping PETA protect animals around the world.”

PETA’s motto is “Animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way,” and the PETA Empathy Center is dedicated to teaching the values of justice, respect, understanding, and compassion for all living beings, regardless of race, religion, ability, gender, or species.

Local favorites at the Holiday Kind Market include vegan cheese shop Vromage, Donut Farm, Bead & Reel, Vaute, Bare Naked Botanicals, House of Intuition, Blu Sugar Boutique, and many more.

For more information, please visit PETA.org.

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