What are the 3 types of Vendors?
We have openings for each Bazaar for Product Vendors, Service-Based Vendors, and Performers.
–Product vendors receive virtual “booth space,” one hour of virtual stage-time, and access to our ongoing support through the Vendor Group. Product vendors pay $150/200 (depending on event) upfront OR 20% of sales.
–Service-Based Vendors pay per time spot you’d like to be on our virtual stage. This is a great option for businesses like massage therapists, travel agents, or even authors - those of you who can lead the group in a workshop and get in front of our audience! You also receive access to our Vendors Only Group, and will have your bio, picture, and contact information presented. Each hour of stage time is $40-60 depending on event.
–Performers receive one hour of performance time, the chance to put out a virtual tip jar, contact information/bio/pictures in our promotional material and will get paid $100+ depending on size of the event.
How much does it cost to be a vendor?
2022 vendor prices are:
Spring Soiree $150 OR 20% of sales
Favorite Things Holiday Bazaar - $200 OR 20% of sales
April Soiree $40/hour of virtual stage time
Favorite Things Holiday Bazaar - $50/hour of virtual stage time
How many people shop the Bazaar?
Our Facebook community group has (at time of writing this, in March 2022) 2.5k people, with that number growing all the time.
How much money will I make at the event?
You know I have to say “it depends.” But we do keep records - so here’s what we know.
Every product based vendor for the past two years has made at *least* their vendor fee back.
-The most any one vendor has made during any single Bazaar was $2,500
-The average product vendors make $720
-The average shopper spends $150
-The most any single customer has spent during a single Bazaar was $525
Who is the Bazaar audience?
Our customers have these things in common.
They predominantly are women, age 30-70, located in the United States. Many are mothers.
We have a culture of inclusion, honoring the hard work of small businesses, and community over competition. We do not allow any racist, sexist, ableist or other prejudicial or biased products or commentary. We fully support snarky products, rainbow flags, feminism, interesting, unusual, detailed, innovative goodness. Our audience is vocal about their support of shopping from small businesses, and we have a tremendous number of repeat customers.