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catecrafts
catecrafts
01/09/13 13:57:40
Posts: 1
The Working at Shows Forum
I am a newbie, having done my first show last November. It was a small show with only about 15 vendors. I did well but had to travel quite a ways (from Rupert, ID to Salt Lake City, UT) since I find little show activity in my area. This adds to my cost but I cannot add to the price of my items as I believe they are priced competitively and fairly. I tried to get an application to a show in my area but there are only two of them listed on FNO and I was told there is a waiting list and I was not offered the opportunity to be on that list as there are so many artists selling jewelry. I am not real good on the computer but have my "store" with a couple of items on FNO. What is a good way for me to find outlets, small shows where I don't have too far to travel? Any suggestions?

msjudynicols
msjudynicols
01/24/13 09:30:14
Posts: 1
Re: The Working at Shows Forum
I am new to all of this and just stumbled onto this site i build youngsters chair\stool, so far. I cant wait to start hitting the craft shows and have been checking out all the good advice I can come across online. I look forward to any advise and friendships that will cross my path in this new venture.

juliebird
juliebird
02/06/13 12:23:22
Posts: 69
Re: The Working at Shows Forum
Hey Cate! We do list about 35 events within 50 miles of your zip. The Spring Mini‑Cassia Craft Fair is coming up in March in Rupert, Magic Valley's Largest Yard Sale in April in Filer, Shoshone Art in the Park in July... If you're not getting good search results please get in touch with us! Info@festivalnet.com

Welcome ya'll!

ds3919
ds3919
02/28/14 14:53:12
Posts: 3
Re: The Working at Shows Forum
Hey all, I am new to this site. I am a realtor and I have done expo events and other events before. I absolutely love meeting people and talking to people. It's a much more personal touch. I would love to join any and all available shows. I know there aren't many realtors interested in these expos so I feel this is a great opportunity for me to get out there and meet you.
Thanks and have a great day,
Daniel Stokes

stebbins60
stebbins60
04/21/14 14:20:51
Posts: 4
Re: The Working at Shows Forum
I live in the Chicago area. My craft is making candles. does anyone have advise as to what type of shows I should be doing & are there a lot of candle makers at shows? I haven't done a show yet. Can I get some advise how to start up and be successful?

Thanks

rwilson6120
rwilson6120
06/04/15 15:45:28
Posts: 3
Re: The Working at Shows Forum
I Am new to the whole fairs and festival's
And could really use some help.
I have been a pro member for a year as of last may, I let it lapse but intend to get a new subscription soon.
Here's my question:
I want to do I guess a vendor spot also playing live music can I even do that at most events ?
I plan to be selling DVD, CD, and live recordings, plus swag merch. Also. I am not sure if I can even do the fairs and festivals like this

suman1234
suman1234
11/18/19 03:16:35
Posts: 1
Re: The Working at Shows Forum
I want to work on that show.


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