Welcome! Durham Co-op Market is a new cooperative grocery store opening on West Chapel Hill Street near downtown (Read more about our location). Durham Co-op Market is community owned, similar to other local co-ops including Weaver Street Market in Carrboro and Deep Roots Market in Greensboro. If you're not an owner, now is a great time to become one! The store will be opening in early 2015.
The co-op will be open to all shoppers, and offer natural, organic, and local food and other products. It will reinvest profits back into the community, practice sustainability, and foster a positive, respectful workplace. We are built by Durham and dedicated to serving Durham. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on Facebook.
We look forward to seeing you at the market!
THANKS to everyone who came out for the LOVE YOUR MARKET Pep Rally February 13. An extra special shout out to Frank Stasio, Stuart Reid and Tom Whiteside AND to the great folks from Wine Authority, Watts Grocery, Toast, The Portable Gourmet Baking Co, Six Plates, Rue Cler/Pop’s, Mez, Full Steam Brewery, Four Square, and Farm Hand Foods. On that evening 20 new owners signed up, and $20,500 investment pledges were made
Let the celebration continue!!
MAKE YOUR INVESTMENT IN DURHAM CENTRAL MARKET by contacting: email@example.com
Pledges thus far toward the $1.5 million goal: $297,000
LOVE YOUR MARKET! Invest TODAY!!
- Heather Tunnell, Investment Campaign Coordinator
Cue the balloon drop & confetti cannons!! You did it! With the help of all our owners, we have reached our first 1000 owners this week & are still climbing! Give yourselves a pat on the back and let's set our sights on 2000!
In case you missed it, here's the link to the interview with DCM's Robin Arcus & Don Moffitt on WUNC's The State of Things from last Friday. http://wunc.org/tsot/archive/Durham_Central_Market.mp3/view.
Sunday night's well-attended gathering at the Trotter Building was a wonderful event - a great opportunity for owners to gather and sample delicious food from Durham's finest chefs, to view food film compilation from Durham Cinemathique, and hear about the exciting developments of DCM's Owner Investment Campaign. Many thanks to Frank Stasio for emceeing the event, and to Stuart Reid of Food Coop Initiative for his remarks. Also, big thanks to the participating restaurants - Farm Hand Foods, Four Square, Revolution, Rue Cer/Pop's, Six Plates, Mez, Magnolia Grill, The Portable Gourmet Baking Co., Toast, Watts Grocery, Fullsteam Brewery, and Wine Authority. We'll be posting photos of the event soon. Thanks to all our wonderful owners for coming out and supporting your market!
Durham Central Market Love Your Market Pep Rally!!!
Sunday, February 13, 2011 6:00-8:00 PM
The Trotter Building | 410 West Geer Street, Durham, NC
The time has come to take the next BIG step for DCM: the owner investment campaign! Come and gather with other owners and investors to enjoy an evening of foods, fun and information.
Emcee: WUNC's Frank Stasio, host of The State of Things
Guest Speaker: Stuart Reid, Food Co-op Initiative Executive Director
Guest Speaker: Robin Arcus, DCM Board Member
Durham Cinematheque with fun foody film clips
Local Chefs and Restaurateurs with a wonderful array of their delectable edibles to sample:
DCM Board of Directors, Project Manager and Volunteers
ready to answer your questions about the investment campaign and the market's next stages
An article in today's News & Observer, featuring DCM's very own Robin Arcus, reports that nationally, and locally, grocery co-ops are doing well in lean economic times. The report mentions Chatham Marketplace, and includes Robin's comments about DCM's upcoming investment campaign and our plans for the downtown Durham store. http://www.newsobserver.com/2011/01/19/929104/grocery-co-ops-report-rise...