[vcf-midatlantic] VCF East Swap Meet - Save the Date - Saturday November 7 (Rain: Sunday November 8)
billdegnan at gmail.com
Sun Sep 13 13:50:25 EDT 2020
And kennett Classic is having an outdoor swap meet September 26th, as part
of our event glad you like our idea There are still table spaces
available. The weather should be fantastic in late September.
Contact me privately if you are interested in securing a table but dont
wait too long as there are limited spaces.and the price per space is only
$15. The nice thing about our swap is that it's on the street of a retail
space with new-to-the-hobby collectors who have recently joined our group.
On Sun, Sep 13, 2020, 12:32 PM Adam Michlin via vcf-midatlantic <
vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> Alas, there will be no consignment at our hybrid VCF East coming up, but
> we have decided to try something new and have an *outdoor* Swap Meet.
> Vendors (which can be individuals) will be able to rent space and people
> will be able to attend the event for the very modest fee of $5. All VCF
> surplus will also be on sale at this event.
> DATE: Saturday, November 7, with Rain Date Sunday, November 8
> TIME: 9AM TO 6PM
> Location: InfoAge, 2201 Marconi Road Wall, NJ 07719
> $20 for vendors for first space, $10 for each additional space. 4 spaces
> max - BRING YOUR OWN TABLES/BLANKETS/WHATEVER
> $5 for admissions for general public
> We want to emphasize this will be an *outdoor* event with a rain date on
> the following day. There will be no indoor contigency in the case of
> rain both days because of social distancing issues. If the event doesn't
> happen, it doesn't happen, and no one will be charged if the event does
> not happen.
> This will be different from consignment as we wont have a central place
> to pay for items. Vendors and individuals will have to man your area (or
> have someone else man it) for the entire event. There is absolutely no
> reason you can't work together, though, and have multiple people's items
> in one space (therefore manned by multiple people). The event will be
> only about the swap meet, so there should not be much of a pull (beyond
> wishing to shop) from manning your space. No electricity will be
> provided, so all items will have to be sold as is. We are also working
> on a lunch plan.
> I'm particulary excited about this because, back in the 1990s, my first
> stint (habit, if you prefer) of vintage computer collecting was
> supported by attending regular computer swap meets in Silicon Valley at
> De Anza College and Lawrence Livermore Labs. The enthusiam at
> consignment each year tells me we are ripe to bring something like this
> back on a regular basis, but, of course, COVID make things trickier than
> Best wishes,
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