LoMo Market Comes to Traditions at Wake Forest

JPM South Development is excited to announce LoMo Market will set up in The Club at Traditions parking lot every Sunday from 9:45am- 11:15am. LoMo Market will be open to homeowners and the general public providing high quality, fresh local foods to the Wake Forest area.

LoMo Market is a team of farm lovin’ folks who want to connect customers with farm fresh foods. LoMo Market has created a new retail experience where the market is on wheels. Customers can walk through the market to pick and choose their favorite items. It is a great service to those who value high quality, local foods but don’t have time to seek them out. LoMo will make a stop in Wake Forest to bring fresh food to the area! They bring “local food” mobile.

LoMo Market currently provides customers with local baked goods, dairy, eggs, fish, flowers, fruit, meat, and vegetable options. In addition, they have specialty items each week along with grab and go items that are prepared and ready to enjoy. You can also pre-order specific goods you might need. Check the website, www.LoMoMarket.com for more information and a full list of the producers that provide local products for LoMo Market.

“We are thrilled to have LoMo Market visit us every Sunday at The Club at Traditions parking lot.” shares John Myers, President, JPM South Development. “There is a high demand for fresh local foods here in Wake Forest, and we are pleased to bring this convenience to Traditions residents and the general public of Wake Forest and surrounding areas.”

Located near the historic downtown district of Wake Forest, Traditions at Wake Forest offers a getaway in your own backyard. Adjacent to the Wake Forest Reservoir, great for fishing and kayaking, there is 100+ acres of natural preservation. There are miles of paved paths and natural trails, pocket parks and open spaces. The Club at Traditions is the gathering place for homeowners featuring a zero entry resort-style pool with cabanas, a wet deck, and kid’s splash zone. In addition, there is an amphitheater with fire pit, picnic pavilion, playground, and sand volleyball court. The community is just north of Raleigh, close to US 1, US 401, I-540, and is surrounded by a plethora of shops, dining, grocery stores, and so much more.

Directions: From I-540 take US Rt 1 (Capital Blvd) North for 6 miles. Take NC 98 bypass (exit 124) east for 2.7 miles. Just past the Gateway Commons/Lowes Foods Shopping center, turn left at the light onto Traditions Grande Blvd/Jones Dairy Road. Turn left on Lemongrass. 233 Springtime Fields Lane.

Information Center hours: Tues-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 12-5pm; Mon 1-5pm. For additional information log onto traditionsnc.com or call 919-569-5375.