Stitch Factory in Downtown Las Vegas Presents Market Row, Presented by Zappos Z’Boutique

 -- A creative twist from the fairs and bazaars of our day.


 LAS VEGAS – Oct. 19, 2015 – Stitch Factory’s 2nd Annual Market Row, presented by Zappos Z’Boutique, will be held Nov. 12, 2015 from 4 p.m. – 10 p.m. at Stitch Factory. The event will feature live painting from local artisans, live music, food and over 50 vendors selling unique products and services to kick off the holiday shopping season.

Stitch Factory is joining with their clever counterpart, the Zappos Z’Boutique to bring downtown Las Vegas a holiday oasis to remember.  With the best crafts, arts and music from local and non-local artisans, craftsmen and musicians, Market Row will show the desert a different side of the season. 

Market Row will provide a platform for vendors to showcase their designs, talents and interests.  It will be an opportunity for the community to purchase unique items, providing a special shopping experience for the upcoming holiday season.

From foodies, to families, to arts and enthusiasts – everyone is invited to join in the festivities of Market Row, free of charge and open to the public. 

The event will kick off with music from 93.1 The Party, local bands, and different experiences throughout including fireside s’mores, ugly sweater-making DIYs, desert-inspired, holiday photo booths with a very special guest, provided by Zappos Z’Boutique, and much more.

If interested in becoming a vendor or for more information about Market Row and the vendors present, visit Follow Stitch Factory on TwitterInstagram and Facebook.

About Stitch Factory:

Stitch Factory is a fully integrated fashion studio in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas that focuses on brand development, production, education and community. It provides members with resources, equipment and support in an appealing co-working environment. The facility itself is a designer–ready studio, offering unique opportunities and services through groundbreaking education, skillful design and quality production.


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Leigha Bowser
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Stitch Factory, Downtown Project Featured in Tribeca Short Film Directed by Morgan Spurlock


Academy-Award®- nominated directors Morgan Spurlock, Heidi Ewing & Rachel Grady, and
Gini Reticker capture the development of young ventures and the innovators behind them

New York, NY - (July 15, 2015) – Tribeca® Digital Studios and American Express today announced they have co-produced a series of three short films that celebrate small businesses and the creators at the forefront of the entrepreneurial renaissance. Academy Award®-nominated filmmakers Morgan Spurlock (Super Size Me), Heidi Ewing & Rachel Grady (Jesus Camp), and Gini Reticker (Pray the Devil Back to Hell)  have brought stories to life that explore the nature, shifts, and struggles of young business development; the pioneers, inventors, and dreamers at the helm of these ambitions; and the impact these ventures have on their communities. The films will debut on July 15  on a host of cable on-demand platforms in over 40 million homes including Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Verizon, Cablevision, Cox and Brighthouse, Vimeo, interactive smart TV app American Express NOW, the American Express YouTube Channel, and American Express OPEN Forum, an online community for small businesses to inspire and help them grow.
“These exciting new projects further Tribeca Digital Studios’ commitment to showcasing intimate stories and remarkable individuals dealing with strife and triumph -- a vision that we earlier embodied with Emmy®-winning documentary We Could Be King,” said Paula Weinstein, EVP Tribeca Enterprises. “It was important for us to enlist the help of these incredible directors to capture the entrepreneurial spirit on the local level, and the often underestimated impact of these small businesses.”
“Small business continues to be a key growth engine for the US economy, and American Express wants to ensure their issues are front and center,” said Nancy Smith, Vice President of Digital Brand and Social Media Development. “We are pleased to have partnered with Tribeca Digital Studios’ and a talented group of directors to bring these compelling small business stories to life.”
The three films in the series are as follows:
Buffalo Returns, directed by Gini Reticker: In the face of a powerful recession, crippling unemployment and a housing crisis, a small, creative and energetic band of Native American businesspeople, with the help of the buffalo, rebuild their community through a growing business, Native American Natural Foods, the company behind Tanka energy bars. Acclaimed documentary filmmaker Gini Reticker weaves together beautiful imagery set to the pulse of the Sioux Nation to carefully tell the story of two entrepreneurs who use tradition and ingenuity to bring opportunity and hope to the people on the Pine Ridge Reservation. After nearly going extinct, the buffalo has returned, bringing a chance for prosperity to the Lakota people.
A Dream Preferred, directed by Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing: The future of Taharka Brothers, purveyors of ice cream and social change, hinges on the success of a crowdfunding campaign. If successful, they will be able to grow their business by launching a “Food for Thought” ice cream truck, a literal vehicle for change. With a looming deadline, and what seems like an insurmountable goal:$28,000 in 29 days, Taharka Brothers takes to the streets to raise awareness, inspire, and turn out some supremely delicious ice cream – voted Best in Baltimore. Progress is slow and defeat starts to set in, until a pivotal phone call. Filmmakers Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing take us behind the scenes in a fun, yet poignant portrayal of young men from Baltimore’s toughest neighborhoods as they struggle with entrepreneurship, sharpen their business strategy and inspire their community. Baltimore has a positive and empowering story to tell. The Taharka Brothers’ ingenuity and character are an inspiration to all. When you fight for what you believe in, dreams happen.
The Downtown Project, directed by Morgan Spurlock:  Far from the bright lights and the resounding ka-ching of booming commerce on the Vegas strip is another side of Sin City; Downtown Vegas prides itself on hard work and the development of local businesses to inspire a growing entrepreneurial spirit within the community. A local initiative known as The Downtown Project champions small businesses by partnering with owners to make dreams happen and to bring a community out of the shadows. 
Unique businesses like EAT, an award winning restaurant owned by Chef Natalie Young, The Hydrant Park, a desert oasis for locals and their pets, Stitch Factory, a fashion and creative co-working studio, and Turntable Health, a physician’s group with a specialized focus on the medical needs of their neighbors, are some of Downtown Projects' most notable successes that are helping to revitalize the Las Vegas community.  The entrepreneurial momentum in downtown Las Vegas has many exciting people flocking to this once depressed area to follow their dreams and to be a part of something life-changing. Renowned filmmaker Morgan Spurlock follows this tantalizing journey through the unique characters finding prosperity in the most unlikely places. Their passion is infectious and, thanks to The Downtown Project, life is thriving again in downtown Vegas for the first time since the 1950’s.
Editor’s note: Assets for each film can be accessed at the following link:
About Tribeca® Digital Studios
In continued support of Tribeca Enterprises’ mission, Tribeca® Digital Studios develops and produces original programming for leading digital networks, custom film projects in association with brand partners and digital content for emerging platforms. Tribeca Digital Studios delivers high quality storytelling across the evolving media landscape by utilizing our network of filmmakers and established track record in film and television production.
About American Express
American Express is a global services company, providing customers with access to products, insights and experiences that enrich lives and build business success. Learn more at and connect with us on, and
Key links to products and services: charge and credit cardsbusiness credit cardsPlenti rewards programtravel servicesgift cardsprepaid cardsmerchant servicescorporate card and business travel.
Tammie Rosen – Tribeca Enterprises 212 941 2003,
Tahra Grant – Rubenstein Communications 212 843 9213,


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LAS VEGAS – JULY 16th 2015  – Stitch Factory has partnered with Zappos’ own Professional Men’s Stylist,  Brian Swan to debunk tricky men’s styling questions in the second annual “BBQ, BREWS & BOWTIES”, a workshop for those who are curious about how men should dress and for those who have an appetite for delicious grub. The event will be held July 16th 2015 form 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
The event will feature microbrews from Big Dog’s Brewing Company as well as barbecue provided by popular downtown Las Vegas restaurant Big Ern’s BBQ.  After guests enjoy food and drinks, Brian Swan, accompanied by models, will take guests through the “must-knows” of men’s styling as well as presenting tips on “what-to-wear” for various occasions. The styles will be provided by Zappos! Guests will be entered into a raffle for a chance to receive special prizes from event sponsors.

BBQ, BREWS & BOWTIES will be held at Stitch Factory, 300 N Las Vegas Blvd Ste. 120. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit

About Stitch Factory
Stitch Factory is a fully integrated fashion studio in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas that focuses on brand development, production, education and community. It provides members with resources, equipment and support in an appealing co-working environment. The facility itself is a designer–ready studio, offering unique opportunities and services through groundbreaking education, skillful design and quality production.

For more information, visit Follow Stitch Factory on TwitterInstagram and Facebook


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