Farm Chicks Antique Show has finally gotten here, and I think we are as ready as we can be for first time vendors at one of the biggest west coast shows in the junking world. We loaded up all of our products on Thursday and drove to Spokane, and after a nice relaxing evening at the hotel, we hit the ground running this morning by setting up our space and hoping for the best outcome come Saturday morning when the doors open for business at 9am.
We only have a 10X10 space, and after trying to fit in most of our stuff, we soon realized how much nicer it would have been to have two spaces. One of our neighbors at the show has five spaces. WOW....that's a lot of space and a lot of product to have on hand. We have plenty of good stuff left in the truck to bring into our space as stuff sells, and with a lot of good fortune, we will sell most of what we brought.
It will be a long 10 hours tomorrow, in what other vendors have told us will be chaos, with thousands of people clamoring to buy what is being offered to sell throughout four very large connected buildings at the Spokane Fairgrounds. After a full day of setting up our little space, we sat back and were very proud of what we created to entice buyers into our space.
By the end of this weekend, I'm hoping to be enthusiastic about venturing out and applying at several other antique/junk sales in the area. In fact, we were already invited to join a show which is slated to be in Walla Walla, WA on October 8th. Who knows, you just may see us there!