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|Thursday, December 02, 2010|
Five collectives of local designers have set up pop-up shops in downtown Portland for the holiday season.
The collectives pay for utility use, but only a small rental fee as part of the Portland Business Alliance's pop-up shop program.
Read more at the Daily Journal of Commerce.
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