I’m very excited to announce our newest website and course, FleaMarketLiquidator.com! So, what the heck is this all about? Glad you asked…Flea Market Liquidator will reach out to those interested in starting a business selling customer returns, overstocks, shelf pulls, and salvaged items at their local market. Some of you might be scratching your head going, “what’s so difficult about setting up shop at the market?” –Well, I’ll briefly tell you about some of the issues facing flea market vendors in general, especially those who resell liquidation goods exclusively:
Flea markets are a “hot bed” of sellers trying to vie for a piece of the retail action, and a lot of markets may seem to be flooded with too many vendors. Ah, forget about it! Our new flea market vendor course reveals tons of ways to compete with other sellers, and under most circumstances, decimate other vendors! Our new site will reveal countless Flea Market Suppliers to give you an edge on fellow flea market vendors!
Flea Market liquidator extensively reviews all market challenges, but most importantly the dilemma of resell restrictions small vendors face when selling flea market liquidations. You know, the old clause: “salvagor’s cannot resell customer returns within a fifty mile radius of origin store” –if you haven’t heard this rule, you better pay close attention when buying pallets and truckloads of Sears, Kmart, Shopko, and the like!
Our Flea Market vendor course will not only focus on getting started and market operations, but it also lays the ground work for vendors to transition to an actual brick and mortar store front. After all, selling liquidations at the flea market can propel anyone right into a full-blown retail store opportunity. Why not dream big?
Selling at multiple markets at once? Yep, never good to put all eggs in one basket! Our course outline steps needed to operate more than one flea market location. Cha Ching baby!
How the heck do you price customer returned items at the good ‘ole flea market? Vendors face challenges when working with damaged and/or missing item pieces. No biggie…we’ve got more than a few answers to combat this liquidation conundrum!
Ok, enough is enough for now. If you’re thinking of starting a liquidation business at the flea market, and you’re excited about the prospect of buying pallets and truckloads of liquidation stock, we want to talk with you. And, for those already selling at the flea market, hey, let’s get together via email and compare notes. We just might include your wisdom and expertise in our upcoming guide…Flea Market Liquidator!
Our plan is to launch Flea Market Liquidator within the next two months. Stay tuned and happy liquidating!
Our 2017 Liquidators Guide chronicles 12 years of wholesale product sourcing experience and includes my personal black book of direct source contacts! As an industry expert, I'll share the success I've enjoyed along with the mistakes I've made buying and reselling liquidation merchandise.
If you are thinking about buying pallets of liquidation merchandise from a liquidator, broker, or direct from department stores, you need to check out The Liquidators Guide