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Supreme Flea Market

January 23, 2018 by Molly Nichols  
Filed under Flea Market & Swap Meet News

Supreme Flea Market has it all and they’re still looking for more! The busy market is always seeking new vendors and encourage everyone to inquire about booth rentals. It is a marvelous indoor/outdoor market with everything from new items to services and classes. Vendors can sell new and used items, but the majority sell new items. On the grounds, there are a few small restaurants, two full snack bars, small clothing stores, and a special events area on top of all that the vendors have to sell. There are 30 different shops altogether and they... 

New Year Marketing Plan

January 16, 2018 by Molly Nichols  
Filed under How-To Zone

2018 is going to be your year! Start off with a bang by creating a marketing plan for yourself. Every vendor has a different style and way of doing things, but setting yourself up with an outline full of ideas, goals, and how to achieve them is necessary for everyone. As Chinese philosopher, Confucius said, “A man who does not plan long ahead will find trouble at his door.” Grow your flea market business and plan for the year ahead by focusing on these four areas. 1. Organizing Your Business Running a flea market business can get hectic. Running... 

WOKO Flea Market

December 21, 2017 by Molly Nichols  
Filed under Flea Market & Swap Meet News

The Champlain Valley Exposition Center in Vermont hosts a monthly flea market. The expo center itself is a community event facility and also hosts antique shows, circuses, and similar events. The WOKO Flea Market, held at the Expo Center, has room to spread out and is gigantic! The Expo Center as the added benefit of offering an indoor space in which to host events, so no matter the weather outdoors, vendors and shoppers visiting the WOKO Flea are snug and safe. The sprawling indoor market features a wide array of vendors with a variety of time-tested... 

Antiques and Repurposed Market

December 19, 2017 by Molly Nichols  
Filed under Flea Market & Swap Meet News

Fargo Antiques and Repurposed Market, more commonly known as F.A.R.M., has been around since 2015. In just a few short years they have become a well-known and popular flea market. F.A.R.M has two busy locations, one in Moorhead, North Dakota and another in Fargo. Each location has over 60 vendors. The vendors at F.A.R.M. have many great finds and creations to offer. From one of a kind collectibles, to beautifully repurposed items and incredible antiques, they have it all. Not to mention, each market location offers a huge vintage candy selection;... 

Nate’s Swap Shop

December 12, 2017 by Molly Nichols  
Filed under Flea Market & Swap Meet News

Being the region’s largest year round open air shopping and entertainment destination, Nate’s Swap Shop lives up to its slogan: “Where you can find everything under the sun!” It is perfect for the whole family and located just minutes from downtown Kansas City. This prime location and wide variety of offerings means there is plenty to do for travelers as well as locals. New, used, up-cycled and vintage merchandise are all sold at Nate’s Swap Shop. The hopping market guarantees big deals and big fun for everyone! Entrepreneurs, hobbyists,... 

Building Repeat Customers

December 12, 2017 by Molly Nichols  
Filed under How-To Zone

Working with repeat customers is much easier than acquiring new ones. According to Bain & Company, it costs 6-7 times more money to land a new customer than to retain an existing one. Not only that, but Marketing Metrics says the probability of selling to an existing customer is 60-70 percent — those aren’t bad odds. Save your time and resources by building repeat and loyal customers with these tips: Offer Additional Benefits Creating loyal customers involves doing more than just selling products for bargain prices. Give your customers a... 

The Omaha Flea Market

December 12, 2017 by Molly Nichols  
Filed under Flea Market & Swap Meet News

The Omaha Flea Market offers unique treasure and incredible deals. It encourages community members and travellers stopping by to shop small. The market promotes what it lives, quoting on their website: “Every dollar spent at a locally owned, independent business returns more than four times more to the local economy than a dollar spent at a national chain.” Join the shop local movement and set up your booth at The Omaha Flea Market. There are a variety of vendors and over 200 vendor spaces. The spaces are 8′x10′ and some have electricity.... 

Top 5 Holiday Stocking Stuffers

December 5, 2017 by Molly Nichols  
Filed under Flea Market & Swap Meet News

Stocking stuffers, although small, are a big part of the holidays. After the big presents are unwrapped they offer a fun surprise for everyone in the family. Make sure your shoppers are prepared with the proper stocking stuffers this holiday season. Here is the list of The Merchandiser Group’s top picks: 1. Cell Phone Accessories Everyone has a cell phone and rarely does anyone ever put it down. That’s why long charging cables are a necessity this holiday season. 10-foot charging cables exist so that cell phone users can move around their room... 

Holiday Market at Del Ray Artisans

December 4, 2017 by Molly Nichols  
Filed under Flea Market & Swap Meet News

Del Ray Artisans hosts an annual Holiday Market. This year the festive event is happening the first three weekends of December: the 1st-3rd, 8th-10th, and 15th-17th. Del Ray Artisans was founded in 1992 and is a nonprofit organization with a mission to promote art for the benefit of both artists and the community. Their Holiday Market is a perfect example of promoting local artisans and bringing the community together. Different artists are featured every weekend at the Holiday Market. They are all from the local area and offer unique handmade fine... 

The Do’s and Don’ts of Flea Market Selling

November 20, 2017 by Molly Nichols  
Filed under How-To Zone

Being a successful flea market seller takes time and is a learning experience. There are some basic Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to flea market selling. We recently took to Flea Market Zone’s twitter account to share our #FMZAdvice. Here are the most important things to remember as a vendor: Do: Bring refreshments! Long days braving the elements take a lot of energy and although many markets offer food, there is no guarantee it’s enough to sustain you all day. Make sure you have plenty of water and beverages as well as food to keep you... 

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