Early in the morning on January 30th, 2013, the West Side Market suffered a fire. Thankfully, no lives were lost and no major structural damage was caused by the blaze. However, a great deal of smoke damage has shut down operations at Cleveland's historic landmark. While only four stands need to be rehabilitated, each of the more than 100 vendors has lost inventory, materials, and precious Super Bowl Sunday sales. Through donating to The Michael D. Symon Foundation, Inc., you will be helping out those vendors that desperately need assistance.
Thank you, please fill in the form below to pledge your donation.
City officials are working diligently to get the entire Market reopened. Look for an announcement soon. Then come back and shop at the West Side Market again in 2013. Thank you for your continued support!
The West Side Market is comprised of many local businesses. It's their livelihood. To be out of business
for three weeks is devastating. Your contributions can help them survive.
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