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An Affair of the Heart is for fashion lovers

There’s no denying that clothing boutiques have found a happy home at our shows and while we limit the number allowed in the show, we also know there are as many varieties of fashion as there are people. We’ve tried to curate a unique collection of boutiques that represent multiple styles. The July 13-15 show…
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Save $1 on admission by purchasing tickets with your groceries

Next time you’re filling up your virtual grocery cart at Reasors.com/shop, add your show ticket to the order for $1 off admission and no hassle at the door. Advanced tickets to the July 13-15 Tulsa show can be purchased for $9 through Reasors.com/shop and picked up curbside with your regular grocery order. Total grocery orders…
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Valet all day!

New this year, valet parking services will be available at our July 13-15 show! Now you can buy even more items from your favorite vendors knowing you’ll be picked up at the door when you’re ready to leave. No more trips back and forth to the car. Simply leave your car with the valet stationed at the…
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First Baptist Church of Broken Arrow providing Mothers’ Lounge at July 13-15 Tulsa show

Do you plan to shop with a baby at the July 13-15 show in Tulsa? The First Baptist Church of Broken Arrow wants to help make the experience a little more comfortable by providing a Mothers’ Lounge at the show. The private, comfortable space will be accessible for breastfeeding, bottle-feeding and diaper changes. Rocking chairs and baby-changing stations will…
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Save $100 on your Springfield booth fee

For a limited time, save money on a Springfield booth with our vendor referral sale!  Refer a friend or fellow vendor and when both of you sign a Springfield contract and return a deposit, you each receive $100 off of your Springfield booth rental for 2018.  Return your contract with this completed referral coupon by…
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Vendor Spotlight: Build It Right Woodworking

Five Questions with Annie and Brien Kirkpatrick How long have you been making wood furniture and how did you get started? We have been making cutting boards for almost four years now, we have been making our larger pieces – tables, islands and countertops – for about two years. How long does a typical piece take you to make? It…
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Vendor Spotlight: Jim James Creations

Five Questions with Jim James How long have you been making wood bowels and how did you get started? My wife purchased my first wood lathe about nine years ago for my birthday and retirement and to keep me out of the house. How long does a typical bowl take you to make? Every bowl is different size, shape,…
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Vendor Spotlight: Foxbairn

Four Questions with Brianna Kelley How long have you been making paper goods and how did you get started? I’ve been making paper goods and other lifestyle products for two years now. I started in the industry after designing the paper goods for a friend’s wedding. I have a background degree in graphic design, which certainly helps!…
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Vendor Spotlight: Briar Patch Market

Four Questions with Tara Shelton How would you describe your booth and products? This year we are excited to display a wide range of new items that include antiques and the latest unusual items to hit the market. The booth will be modeled after a vintage street side shop and offer our largest booth ever. What…
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Vendor Spotlight: Mark Art Pottery

Four Questions with Mark Fuller How long have you been making pottery and how did you get started? Pottery is a life-long learning avocation; I learn from each pot and every firing. I began studying art in 1963 at Del City High School with Montee Hoke. In 1965, I started doing art shows at the Downtown Arts…
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