The West Chester Growers Market is open for biz. And this is exactly where THAT BLUE YAK employees went to pick out veggies to be grown in the THAT BLUE YAK VEGETABLE GARDEN OF HOPE. Human Resources director Bennie Duke explains,
"We have a few employees that are at the verbal warning stage here at the Yak. Since we have a nice plot out back, we decided to force them to grow vegetables on their lunch hour. Once we're ready to harvest the bounty, we'll pick a charity and donate some of the food to it. Companies are always getting PR by donating junk to poor or 'different people' - why not us?"
And the West Chester Growers market is THE PLACE TO GO if you want to get some really nice heirloom tomatoes as well as some varieties of peppers that can't be found at Waterloo Gardens and some of the other Chester County plant joints.
So join us and watch as our employees are illegally forced to work the land, and we attempt to grow some stuff that we can give to a bum.
If you want to visit the West Chester Growers Market, it's located on the corner of Darlington and Chestnut Street in West Chester.
(DISCLAIMER: AS NOTED ABOVE, WE'LL BE DONATING A PORTION TO A CAUSE. WE WILL PICK THE CAUSE AND THE PORTION. WILL THE PORTION BE A SINGLE BEAN OR RADISH? WILL THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE VEGGIE BE DONE BY TOSSING IT OUT OF A MOVING VEHICLE WHILE YELLING, "HERE YOU GO BUM"? LEGALLY, YES WE CAN DO THAT).