Farmers market produces are known for their fresh and high quality as well as their prices.
The vendors are those who personally shed sweats to plant the crops, take care of them, and sell
them at the market. As the number of farmers continues to increas...
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...asing locally grown produces as well as locally produced foods. They persuade people effectively through the use of
colloquial diction, sarcasm, visual appeal, and rhetorical appeals such as pathos and logos. With these strategies, this blog is intended to aim to various groups of people. Instead of forcing people into buying their products, these promoters are using these strategies to point out why their
products are better than others and that is the reason why people should purchase their foods and support the local farmers and companies. Since it benefits the community, and it is less forceful, people would feel sympathetic toward these farmers. Overall, due to their creativity and techniques use to write the posts, these promoters are able to grab people attention, not only into reading their posts, but also into going to the Ballard farmers market.
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