By Adil James, TMO
This year was no exception, and people flocked to the city in droves to attend the annual gathering. Halal food was available from vending booths, Muslims sold olive oil and honey, various mainstream businesses and government entities (and five churches) tried to recruit people at the festival.
â€œThis year was better than last year,â€ said Bob from Hansonâ€™s, one of the businesses represented at the festival. â€œWe sold more this year.â€
Fadia Srour or â€œSwag phonesâ€ said her business had had a very successful visit at the festival. She explained that she had sold 45 swag phones, devices that plug into any available jack and look like and function like old style telephones.
This year was successful again–and if you missed this event watch for this event next June.