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Enjoy Local Shopping

    Our two counties are fortunate to have a wealth of shopping opportunities. We encourage shoppers to “buy local”. Local companies spend money at other nearby companies in addition to paying their staff. This means that by supporting your local economy, you strengthen public infrastructure, support the development of your friends and neighbors, and make a socially and economically beneficial investment in your community. 

    There are many places to buy locally, including farmers markets, open-air malls, independently owned stores, and chic boutiques. 

    Visiting farmer’s markets and other similar markets is one of the finest ways to support local businesses first.

Peachtree City Market

    The Peachtree City Market is a favorite among locals. It offers fresh produce straight from the farm, as well as gifts and music in the background. Fresh, in-season, locally grown fruits and vegetables, grass-fed meats, handcrafted breads, goat cheese, coffees, teas, jams, honey, pottery, flowers, soaps, and more are on exhibit from more than 50 vendors, including food trucks. Every Wednesday and Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm during the regular market season and from 10 am to 1 pm during the winter, the market is held in the parking lot of Aberdeen Shopping Village.

Main Street Newnan Market Day

    Every month, there are new sellers and one-of-a-kind things at The Market Day’s approximately 50 distinctive booths. Fresh produce, jams and jellies, honey, leather goods, salsa, pottery, artwork, children’s apparel, hand-woven baskets, handcrafted furniture, fiber art, floral design, and more are among the market’s best-sellers. Market Day is held in downtown Newnan on the first Saturday of every month, from April through December, from 10 am to 2 pm, and is sponsored by Main Street Newnan.

Coweta County Farmer’s Market

    The second weekend in June marks the opening of this seasonal market, which concludes in the middle of October. The Coweta County Farmer’s Market offers a variety of locally produced goods, including fruits, vegetables, honey, fresh cut flowers, and more. Through the summer, it is available every week at two separate local locations: on Wednesdays in the downtown area near the courthouse square and on Saturdays at the Asa M. Powell Sr. Expo.

Night Market

    The Night Market, which is annually at Drake Field in Peachtree City, includes music, entertainment, food, and artists. In addition to regular food vendors, the festival has 6-8 food trucks. Visitors have a variety of options, including everything from barbecue to Tex Mex. Additionally offered are wine, mixed drinks, and craft beer. The entire night is slated for musical entertainment. From March through December, the second Saturday night of each month at 5pm is when the Night Market is held. Peachtree City and the Peachtree City Convention & Visitors Bureau are the sponsors of Night Market. 

Senoia Farmers Market

    The Senoia Farmers’ Market features fresh local vendors and artisans. Flowers, vegetables, seasonal gifts, food, beverages, and more make it a great way to spend a Saturday morning. Open Saturdays 8:30am-1:00pm.

Alive After Five - Senoia

    The third Friday of the month is Alive after Five, a monthly treat of shopping, dining, and entertainment. Main Street closes and is filled with vendors selling handmade gifts, seasonal items, and more. Live music is featured and it is a great event for all ages.

A Variety of Retail Shopping Opportunities

You need not, however, confine your buying to farmers markets and similar venues. You can enjoy the history and architecture that shape the regional flavor of our area while shopping in the downtown areas of Newnan, Senoia, and Fayetteville. These towns are full of boutiques, shops, and small retailers ready to fulfill your shopping needs. For information on dates for exclusive sales events and other festive occasions, see downtown websites. 

    The Avenue in Peachtree City and Ashley Park in Newnan are two excellent outdoor shopping areas nearby.

    The Avenue is situated near Peachtree City at the junction of Highways 54 and 74. It offers a variety of regional shops, specialized eateries, and top-tier national retailers among its 50 stores and restaurants. The Avenue hosts a variety of activities, including car shows, blood drives, and even weekly runs, that welcome the neighborhood to come out and take advantage of the open-air eating, brick-lined pathways, statues, and greenery found in the shopping district. 

    At the intersection of Bullsboro Drive and Highway 34 is Ashley Park. A large selection of fine dining establishments and trendy retail establishments can be found at this outdoor mixed-use shopping mall. Ashley Park also regularly hosts events such as Fido Fest, Groovin’ on the Green, and more.

    Peachtree City also provides a wide range of shopping opportunities at a number of retail locations. One of the most golf cart friendly shopping districts in Peachtree City is Braelinn Shopping Center, which is well connected to the golf cart trails in the geographic center of the city. 

    Many national retailers may be found in the Kedron Shopping Center in the north and the West Village Shopping Area in the west of the city.

    Smith and Davis, one of the region’s oldest establishments, is located halfway between Peachtree City and Fayetteville. It is a must-visit location for top-tier brands of casual and sportswear, footwear, and first-rate customer service. It is a neighborhood favorite and is family-owned and operated.

    There are numerous antique shops on Tyrone’s Main Street. These quaint shops provide one-of-a-kind gifts and items for the house. 

n Bargain Shopping

    Searching for discounts? Here they are! Check out the HUBB for bargains for your home. A Better Way Bargains, Clothes Less Traveled, Encore Interior Consignment, Goodwill of North Georgia, Linda’s Attic Thrift Store, More for Less Consignment, New Beginnings, Plato’s Closet Newnan, Red Door Consignment, Second Glance, and Wellspring are just a few of the thrift and consignment shops in the area.

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SERVING LOCALLY SINCE 1965

Smith & Davis Clothing was founded in 1965 by Fred Smith and Ronald Davis. The store served the mostly rural communities of Fayette and Coweta Counties with work clothes, shoes, and dress apparel. In 1973, Mr. Davis acquired Fred Smith’s share of the company and kept running the store. Today, Mr. Davis’ children, Tony, George, and Beth all take part in the successful running of the business.

 

Smith & Davis has experienced changes in the times, trends, and even their location in the 58 years since it first opened. The initial relocation to a bigger space took place in 1979, and the current 20,000 square foot structure was constructed in 1988. The dedication to offering top-notch customer service and high-quality products is the one thing that hasn’t changed.

 

In recent years, the store has welcomed new faces into the buying, management, and marketing portions of the business. Like Tony always says, “I know my limitations”. Ted Patterson and Samuel Perez now handle the majority of the buying. Samuel is also in charge of the marketing department. They work together to manage the store.

 

Nearby Peachtree City is known for its abundance of runners and tri-athletes, and Smith & Davis has become a Running Specialist and is a trusted shoe source for runners in the area. Smith & Davis was also awarded the Top 25 Gold Medal Service award winners in ‘22 for the United States and #2 in Georgia by Footwear Insight Magazine.

 

Non-commissioned Run Specialists at Smith & Davis take the time to provide you with both what you want and what you need. The first step in the procedure is a foot scan using their Gait Analysis machine, which identifies the kind of arch and degree of pronation present in each runner. Everything here is intended to help you fit better into running, casual, work, and leisure footwear. This service has reached the ears (and feet) of doctors and physical therapists around the area.

 

But shoes aren’t the only thing they are known for – their clothing selection covers a wide range of choices. From heavy duty work wear to athletic, casual and dress clothing, they have it all.

 

The ladies’ side of the facility has developed into a more boutique-like presence, stocking the most in-demand top brands in outdoor wear along with the newest seasonal trends & accessories.

 

Do yourself a favor and visit Smith & Davis if you haven’t already. You’ll be surprised at volume and variety of clothing, shoes, accessories, and more hidden in this gem of a store, just outside of Peachtree City.

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