Local Couple Launches “Made Local SATX” to support local businesses

Made Local SATX has officially launched. The online store highlights independent artists/makers and local small businesses with a primary focus on art, music, handmade crafts, and food. Owners Roseann and Mario wanted a way to bring local San Antonio artisans to people around the world.

They love supporting local creators and artisans and strive to promote the creative local energy that San Antonio has to offer. They will also offer the convenience of being able to shop locally in one location while being introduced to new vendors and products regularly. The local husband and wife team also own Karma Candle Makers.

Featured Artisans For Opening: 

  • Very That, Southside San Antonio born and raised, daughter of immigrant parents, and local chingona
  • BarbacoApparel, San Antonio’s officially unofficial T-shirt company
  • Alejandro Sifuentes, Metalsmith
  • Robert Tatum, Local Artist and; Creative Designer
  • Ramin Samandari, Fine Art Photographer
  • Buttercup, Local Life Affirming ArtRock Music
  • Meechi Ceramic, Functional Ceramic Goods
  • Emmanuel, Vibrant Acrylic Artist

If you would like your business to be added to Made Local SATX, contact: hola@madelocalsatx.com.

About The Owners

Roseann Sanchez- Worked in various non-profits after graduation (7+ yrs), typically providing services to children. This led to a corporate job in the Home Health industry (14+ yrs), and it was during this time that Karma Candle Makers (12+ yrs) was founded. In 2021 she left her job as Director of Corporate Operations in search of something new.

Mario Siller- A native of Pearsall, Texas, Mario moved to San Antonio upon graduating high school and continues to call it home. Mario has worked in various capacities in the retail industry for 20+ years. He is also the co-owner and Chandler of Karma Candle Makers for 12+ yrs. Mario currently works in digital marketing and intends to use this knowledge to promote Made Local SATX online.

They have been married for 6 years, but together for 14 years. They started Karma Candle Makers in 2009  by accident and never imagined it would grow into the business it did. In 2020, they decided that they wanted to step away from the candle business to try something new. Despite this, the website continued to sell candles throughout the pandemic. 

 

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