Champaign-Urbana is no longer the only city with its fair share of second-home-retailer sites.
The city’s fair trade fairs also bring the fairs to communities, which have the opportunity to buy and sell second-heirloom items such as handcrafted pottery, jewelry, furniture, books, art, ceramics, textiles and more.
The fairs provide opportunities for residents to interact with businesses and visitors, and it also gives the city the opportunity for residents who have limited or no income to invest in their communities.
According to the Illinois Fair Trade Commission, Champaign is home to several fair trade businesses.
The Fair Trade Center of Champaign, which offers more than 50 businesses, has the most stores of any city.
According the fair trade center, more than 100 businesses participate in the Fair Trade Centers of Champagne, of which there are more than 300.
The fair trade centers is one of the largest fair trade markets in the world.
The Illinois Fair trade center includes more than 250 businesses, according to the Fairtrade Center of Illinois.
There are more stores in Champaign than in any other city in the United States.
According to the fair market, there are over 1,500 businesses participating in the fair.
There is a second hand store in Champauce that sells handcrafted jewelry, but it is not a second home-retailing shop.
According an official at the FairTrade Center, the store does not sell second hand merchandise.