Vintage Flea Market Attracts Crowds Rain or Shine
April 19, 2012 by Mark
On April 22, Tustin, California residents will gather at Jamestown Village to enjoy more than 50 vendors of vintage goods. Of the items being sold, antiques, collectibles, and home furnishings are among the favorite finds that deal seekers will be on the lookout for. The Vintage Flea Market takes place every fourth Sunday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and generates a great deal of foot traffic in Old Town Tustin.
This event is the perfect place to reach deal seekers and lovers of all things vintage. To appeal to those shoppers who arrive early, printed flyers, postcards, and posters are a great way to bring traffic into nearby restaurants for breakfast and lunch, as well. Because the flea market takes place outside, it’s important to print your materials on a glossy or otherwise sturdy cut of paper. In the case of inclement weather, this type of material will stand up better to the elements, and your local print company will be able to advise you on the best printing materials. The flea market is open rain or shine, so this is an important detail to remember.
If your business specializes in vintage goods, consider renting a booth at the flea market. The cost is $65 for a 100 square foot space. Bring printed banners to hang on your table for a professional and polished look that will be sure to grab attention. Providing postcards for those perusing the market will allow customers to take contact information home and can serve to further spread the word about your business.