A gang of three will be on the hunt for vendors who procure with a great eye, all the better to buttress the site’s new sister venture, Hunters Alley
Hunters Alley, an online resale marketplace, is just two months old, and hungry to discover first-rate suppliers for the antique and vintage, handmade and crafted and contemporary pre-owned items its customers crave.
What better hunting grounds than the Junk Bonanza?!
“We love to hunt for all things home,” said Samantha Parkhurst, senior sales manager for Hunters Alley. “We’re there to discover new partners for Hunters Alley. We are looking forward to experiencing the Junk Bonanza for the first time and finding vendors who have amazing product and
are equally as passionate about the home as we are.”
The Hunters Alley division is looking to grow its vendor community. “We are so excited about the launch of Hunters Alley and providing more shelf space for our sellers to list even more unique, great product.”
Bonanza lovers will be pleased to know that founder Ki Nassauer’s curated approach to this event — juried vendors, items 40 years old or older, no schlock — was also an attractive lure to the Hunters Alley crew.
Hunters Alley vendors act as consigners for the new site, receiving 75 percent of each item’s sales price. Once an item is approved for listing, it is listed for 30 days. When the item is sold, Hunters Alley notifies the vendor by email and provides a FedEx shipping label so vendors can mail direct to customers (or in some cases, ship through the site’s third-party “White Glove” service, also at no cost to the vendor.)
Listings are free.
While this is Parkhurst’s first visit to Minnesota, this state is on the radar at Hunters Alley: The company’s merchandising director is Ann Eisenberg, a Minneapolis native.
The Bonanza extends a great Midwestern welcome to our junk-savvy visitors! We can’t wait to see what — and whom! — catches their well-schooled eyes at the Junk Bonanza!