Encouraging people to Buy Michigan Now, one product at a time

Shelby Pritchett

| 1 min read

The fourth Buy Michigan Now Festival took place in Northville during the first weekend in August. The festival, which works to revitalize Michigan’s economy one product, purchase and person at a time, featured countless exhibits and vendors, all of which call Michigan home.
Many local and statewide businesses contributed to the successful weekend. Some of the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan interns had the chance to interview and even taste some of the great Michigan products featured at the festival. From Michigan made coconut water to Mystic Kettle corn, Barlow Gourmet ProductsJar Head salsa, Michigan authors and everything in between, there was truly something at the Buy Michigan Now Festival for everyone. Check out this video to see more highlights from the festival.
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