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Flea Market

Posted by Anonymous on 25 Points
How can we bring poeple to the flea market, when vendors complain of foot flow?

  • Posted by CarolBlaha on Accepted
    You give people a reason to come to the market. You create events that are exciting! For example, its the holidays, get a local school to come and carol. Create monthly themes or events that give people a reason to put you on their calendar. And get the word out so people know of the event and plan for it.
  • Posted on Accepted
    Bring out some local sports celebrities for an hour to sign some autographs.
  • Posted by Gail@PUBLISIDE on Accepted
    Be sure all vendors are on-board and create a united creative promotion. I visited one the day after Thanksgiving that awarded 10, $1 coupons that could be used with every $15 spent with every vendor.
  • Posted by CarolBlaha on Member
    The book I always recommend is "1001 ways to bring on retail excitement" it appeals to me as a certified guerrilla marketing coach, low or no cost ways to promote your business.
  • Posted by Gary Bloomer on Accepted
    Offer free food, served inside the flea market, once they've bought and paid for their ticket. Works like magic.
  • Posted by jensprague on Accepted
    Ask local churches, schools, and businesses if you can post a flyer with the days/hours of the flea market. Agree w/free food or free coffee and hot chocolate. Create a "travel" stamp card where visitor receives something for visiting and getting card stamped at xx number of vendors.

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