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Do you want to sell one or more of the things you've crafted, but don't have enough to secure either a full ( 8' X 5') or half booth (4' X 5')? Do you have a lot of crafted things piling up, but you're either too shy or don't want to spend the time selling any of them? Maybe you're somebody who just HATES selling things yourself online? Well, we have introduced another way for you to consider selling your crafted things, if either any or all of the points above fit you or somebody you know. We are now selling selected crafted things online for people thru our existing Etsy store. Those items we accept to contract for selling online will also be on display in our store in Greeley as well. Click on our Etsy Store Vendor Option page to read more, and/or come in to Trinkets-n-Treasures at 709 10th Street during any Saturday or Sunday when we're open. We would love to show you around.
Security = Trinkets-n-Treasures hopes to have a full color camera system in place starting with the first day we're open. That system will have anywhere from 8 to 16 cameras. Though we should be able to use footage for assisting in the apprehension of thiefs caught on video, we will really use this system as a deterrant for thieves considering any wrongdoing.
Booth Appearance = All vendor booths will be required to have nice displays, or attractive covers over them. Uncovered displays will be approved on a case by case basis by Trinkets-n-Treasures. We expect all vendor booths to be nicely displayed and attractive to the eye for our shoppers. Our hope is to create and maintain a very positive shopping experience for our customers, and the way our booths look will make a tremendous impact on them.
Electricity Use = Until further notice,and within reasonable use limits, we will not charge any vendor for electricity use, whether they are consignment or daily vendors. We reserve the right to review this offer for potential changes at any given time. Affected vendors will be given at least 10 days' notice before their next contract or application will be changed.
Price Tagging = If you're going to be a day to day seller who handles all of their own sales, you can handle price tagging any way you wish. However, all Consignment Vendors will be responsible for price tagging all of their merchandise in a specific way. Those tags must contain at least the following information:
- Vendor Number
- Item Title (1 to 3 words)
- Item Price
- (If you wish to put additional information on the back side of your price tags, that is fine, too.)
It'll be the vendor's responsibility to make sure everything is correctly tagged. If Day To Day Vendors choose not to price tag their merchandise, they need to be sure to be present for sales, or provide adequate coverage for their booths.
Handling Of Price Dickering = Consignment Vendors will be contacted by phone anytime a shopper wishes to make them an offer that is lower than as marked. If we cannot reach the vendor, the marked price is what we will hold firm to. If the vendor gives us their word on going lower in price, we will make those counteroffers for our venors. When such sales are successful, we will note your sales that way in our records, so that your sales detail each month reflects which items you approved price reductions on.
Vendor Parking Areas = All vendors may park temporarily on the street directly in front of our store for the purposes of unloading, only. Once unloaded, vendors will be expected to park in any of the alternative parking areas around the store. There is a small lot just west of the Carl's Jr. lot. There is also parking directly behind our building, in the Ice Haus lot. Last, except when the Farmer's Market is in full swing during the summers, vendors will be able to park in and around the gazebo-like areas directly to the east of our block. We want to leave all of the parking directly in front of our store for our customers.