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Thank you Sponsors

Thanks to our sponsors, YAM offers complimentary face painting, caricatures and balloon twisting to all YAM attendees!

Support for the Young Artist Market (YAM) comes from local and regional businesses such as:
MOM’s Organic Market; Kids by the Bay Dental; Ford of La Plata; Southern Maryland Law; and
Shore United Community Bank. 

If your company is interested in being a sponsor of YAM, please
contact us.

MOM's Organic Market

MOM's Organic Market made its first sale delivering to a customer who lived in Rockville, MD. After 3 decades, MOM's has stores in six states and DC, employs 1,000+ people, and has created a culture centered on its Purpose, to protect and restore the environment.

Kids by the Bay Dental

Kids by the Bay Dental is committed to your children's oral health and beautiful, confident smiles! Their team of pediatric dentists, dental assistants, and staff help make treatment fun and effective. Using the highest level of care and technology, Kids by the Bay Dental serves infants, children up to age 16, and children with special health care needs in White Plains, MD and surrounding cities of Waldorf, La Plata and Brandywine.

Ford of La Plata

text here Ford of La Plata is an authorized Ford Service Center located in the heart of La Plata. The dealership offers a great selection of Pre-owned vehicles and provides quality customer service.

Southern Maryland Law

Southern Maryland Law is the oldest law firm in Waldorf, and the 2nd oldest in all of Southern Maryland. The law firm has been a vibrant part of this community for over 60 years, and genuinely believes in giving back to the community it serves.

Shore United Bank

Shore United Bank, a full-service community bank with a rich history dating to 1876, offers innovative banking with the personal touch you expect from a community bank. The bank centers around the character of its people and remains committed to the success of its clients, communities, employees, and shareholders.

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