Recently we’ve shared with readers some of the changes at Rudy’s Happy Patch Market. We have expanded the market in size and inventory, as well as created more protected heated/cooled spaces for perishable merchandise. All these changes have been made under the supervision of market manager Charles Tanner.
Weather is certainly a factor in some of the changes. CEO Stuart Perry notes, “The market has been a bit colder during the winter months. With the total enclosure of an adjacent greenhouse, we can now welcome guests and customers to a brighter and more pleasant environment.”
Charles Tanner adds, “We want to assure customers that we now have a warmer area to share our increasing line of frozen seafood, vegetables, and other products. As our inventory changes with the requests of customers, we want to provide a bright environment for their shopping pleasure.” He also notes that the market now accepts cash, checks, MasterCard, VISA, and EBT cards.
In the photo above, Vicki Lamika, Sean Eidell, and Willie Pryor move several plants into a warmer area of the market.