As everyone is beginning to get used to the new normal that COVID-19 has brought upon the world, antique and collectible dealers should be up-to-date with their versions of the new normal as well. Live events are becoming scarce and most are cancelled, so it’s important to know how to shift your business and boost […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought along many challenges for resale businesses, one of them being transitioning to online. With the store closures and stay-at-home orders nationwide, many non-essential businesses were forced to close their doors to the public and get used to the new normal, which is ecommerce. As retail outlets start to reopen to […]
There are endless amounts of ways that you as a vendor can improve the selling experience for your customers, whether it be by showing them a friendly smile, striking up a conversation, or demonstrating some of your products so buyers can see how they work. Even though every reason in the book is important to […]
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Jim Gardner, manager of Dixieland Flea Market Place in Waterford, MI, shares his thoughts on how to run a market.
Dennis Dodson, director for all R.G. Canning attractions, recently shared his insights with FleaMarketZone.com.
In this brief segment, Jeff Dwight, Merchandiser Group magazine publisher, shares his outlook on running flea market booths.
Sept. 25 – Flea market owner accuses board of directors of political retaliation as it seeks an operator for a new market at the venue. Read more.
Sept. 13 – Health concerns are forcing co-owner Bob Sands to retire after 23 years as a vendor and manager at the Rutledge Flea Market. Read more.
Aug. 22 – Student government president says, “If they think they will do this and win, they’re crazy.” Read more.