The Roadium Open Air Swap meet in Torrance, CA has just debuted a convenient new way for vendors to reserve space – online!
Flea market and swap meet vendors face the same pressures as every other retailer in the business, including having to compete with online retailers and ecommerce vendors, as well as a plugged-in base of customers who have a universe of choices before them. How can you do better?
To be a successful vendor, you need to sell, sell smart, and sell MORE. So what’s the secret behind becoming a super-star booth owner? Knowing what the shoppers want exactly when they want it.
Every year, The Merchandiser Group surveys our network of flea market vendors and owners…
“I’ve been told that the first few Instagram posts on Sunday morning are what gets people out the door to come see us,” says Natalie Iturbe, Vendor Curator and Marketing Manager at Melrose Trading Post in Los Angeles, CA. (MTP).
Starting a wholesale business can seem like a daunting task. Partnering with the correct manufacturers, organizing warehouse space, and connecting with retail customers is a lot to handle.
As a veteran flea market vendor herself, Marsha Johnson knows the ropes when it comes to managing a flea market, whether it’s a single booth, or the whole market.
With the holiday season approaching, many flea markets are doing their part to get vendors and customers into the spirit.
Our first technology report on the growing use of digital in the Flea Market and Swap Meet industry.
The flea market industry provides vendors with the freedom of selling their own products at any location…