Fairs and festivals are a great way to get your business name out there. Every fall, harvest festivals bring people together from near and far to participate in fun activities, try delicious food, and do some shopping. In a poll conducted by The Merchandiser in March of this year, we found that 48 percent of […]
fairs and festivals
The heat of summer is prime time for a busy sales season for flea, fair, and festival sellers.
One of the main differences between exhibiting at a flea market and a county or state fair is the application and selection process.
Becoming a commercial exhibitor at fairs and festivals is a natural addition for flea market entrepreneurs. If you are currently selling at fairs and festivals, use the following tips to really make a splash.
Many retailers are increasingly splitting their time at different sites – flea markets, fairs, and other outlets – in an understandable attempt at boosting their selling potential.
Smiley’s Flea Market will be hosting a Caribbean Island Festival Saturday, June 28th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
With mere weeks left to plan, fair board directors are busy planning for the 2014 Sandusky County Fair August 19-24.
Nov. 18 – The Orange County Fair Board of Directors has unanimously reversed a decision to evict the swap meet.
Nov. 2 – Vote on whether to shut down Orange County Market Place to be held next month.
Oct 27 – The popular California swap meet looks to get eviction notice overturned by Fairgrounds Board of Directors.