Earth Day isn’t just a call-to-action to be more sustainable for one day. Instead, it’s supposed to jump-start your sustainability practices to continue throughout the year, and for years down the line. Even if you’ve fallen off the bandwagon since last Earth Day, don’t worry. This annual event is coming around again on April 22nd, […]
The ‘go green’ trend continues! After our recent article, Retail Going Green, companies continue to reduce their carbon footprint by buying back old merchandise from customers or giving away products to charity. Retail giants such as IKEA®, The North Face®, and Patagonia® are taking serious steps in reducing as much waste as possible while also […]
Florida market is now using solar power to operate its business, and will save $16 million over the next 30 years.
This natural product is so effective that one vendor was able to demonstrate and sell 1,500 bottles of it in a matter of months.
Residents of the “Quiet Corner” of Connecticut flocked to the Willington Flea Market to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Nov. 9 – Flea market moves to new location, now has additional space, musical acts, more food.
Aug. 19 – Veteran vendor partners with garden center to plant a new market under the commuter tracks in New York City’s Harlem. Read more.
April 26 – Leo Sewell puts the “junk” that he finds into his well-regarded sculptures. Read more.
June 11 – Vendors and organizers build on new attitudes favoring earth-friendly products, recycling, and local goods. Read more.
People agree that there are two major product sectors that will experience growth, in a marketplace that has seen general declines in retail sales.