This Tuesday, January 17, Chantal Vernusse, organizer of Mardis de Grand-Case, invited the press to present the anniversary edition of this flagship event which will take place from January 31 to April 16, 2023.
The gusts of wind blowing over Grand-Case did nothing to dampen the enthusiasm and excitement of those present for the presentation of the 2023 edition which will mark the twentieth anniversary of Tuesdays in Grand-Case. Chantal Vernusse, organizer and president of Calypso Event, was accompanied, among others, by Corinne Deloche, administrative and financial manager who also masterfully manages the craft stands.
In addition to the grandiloquence of the parades typical of Mardis de Grand-Case and the entertainment, the exhibitors' stands represent the heart of the event.
Another figure present at this press conference, the Tourist Office, loyal partner of Mardis de Grand-Case which strongly supports the initiative highlighting the richness of the territory, represented by Valérie Damaseau, president, Aïda Weinum, director, and the various collaborators. The other sponsors of the 2023 edition are delighted to participate in the twentieth anniversary of this cultural, artistic and festive showcase of Saint-Martin: Dauphin Telecom, Samarpaint, Moët & Chandon, Sacem, DeltaPetroleum, Izi Light, IoTV, la Collectivity of Saint-Martin, Arès Sécurité & Protection, which will actively participate in ensuring public safety for each Tuesday, and Amstel Bright, a new brand which has been added to the list of partners of Mardis de Grand-Case, the resumption of which signals the return of events and tourists in Saint-Martin. "After two years of absence and silence, it was not easy to put the event back in place, having lost the sponsors" confides Chantal Vernusse, but the team is launching with determination, passion and the desire to give the public the opportunity to discover or relive the magic of Mardis de Grand-Case. The budget is not yet finalized, there will certainly be no traditional fireworks this year, too expensive entertainment, but the hundred stands will offer a total immersion in the world of Saint-Martin craftsmanship. During the very first editions of Mardis de Grand-Case, the arts were greatly represented among the exhibitor stands, with a certain number of painters. The 2023 edition will still count, but to a lesser extent, local crafts will be highlighted with typical, unique, original and obviously local products. For all the craftsmen of Saint-Martin, the Tuesdays of Grand-Case are a must. A veritable open-air showcase for exhibitors, some of whom have been participating since the beginning, the craft market promises great discoveries and unforgettable memories. _Vx
To book a craft stand, contact Corinne on 06 90 32 55 20
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