Whether you work the flea market circuit as a part-time gig or depend on your stall for your livelihood, flea markets provide an ideal space for you to sell your unique items and merchandise. They are especially useful if you have recently launched a business but are not able to invest in a physical shop yet. Selling your products at a flea market allows you to test-drive your goods and establish a loyal customer base before moving onto the next stage. Before choosing where to set up shop, it’s important to do your research and identify an established flea market to sell your novelty items. Ultimately, this will help ensure that you have a positive and successful experience.
Why do Vendors Sell at Established Flea Markets?
It’s time to start building your business by selling at flea markets. If you are trying to maximize your profits, you may find more success by selling at the same flea market instead of constantly changing locations. Here are a few more reasons why vendors prefer to sell products at established flea markets across New Jersey:
Build Your Business and Become a Vendor at Cowtown Farmers Market
Come and share your merchandise with the larger community at Cowtown Farmers Market. While operating as a vendor comes with its own sets of responsibilities, let us support you by providing you with a space that has been well established for over 90 years. Today, we are home to over 400 vendors showcasing high-quality antiques, collectibles and more. Our indoor and outdoor facilities are open every week on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 8 am – 4 pm for those who love a good rummage. If you are interested in becoming a vendor, visit our rental office to book your space on the day you want to sell. Our rental agents will be happy to get you settled into a spot and provide you with the support you need to enjoy great success at the best flea market in South Jersey.
Visit our markets every Tuesday and Saturday, rain or shine. For more information, please fill out our online contact form. If you are interested in becoming a vendor, take a look at our vendor requirements.