Nationwide directory connects shoppers and vendors with area flea markets.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
Flea market enthusiasts searching for their next great purchase will have an easier time finding it with the launch of Tagsellit.com’s online Flea Market Directory. The new Directory is also available for download on the iPhone App Store and in the Android Market.
Tagsellit.com began as a virtual garage sale website in 2008 and has grown into a dynamic hub serving the online second hand marketplace. With the launch of their Flea Market Directory, Tagsellit.com now allows flea market managers and owners to list their flea market details in a nationwide directory, making it easier for shoppers to locate flea market events in their area. Tagsellit.com’s growing Flea Market Directory already lists more than 1,450 flea markets across the country.
“Few online resources provide relevant and updated contact information for people looking to shop at or even become vendors at flea markets,” says Tagsellit.com co-founder and CEO, Jonathon Papsin. He adds, “Having a reliable resource to easily locate flea markets saves people time from having to research flea market events on their own.”
Despite the nation’s slow economic recovery, shopper traffic at flea markets across the country has been on the rise according to many of the market managers and owners who list their event details on Tagsellit.com. Today, it is estimated that there are close to three million flea market vendors across the country with annual sales exceeding $35 billion.
Flea market managers and owners who wish to learn more about listing their market in Tagsellit.com’s Flea Market Directory can do so here.
Despite the nation’s slow economic recovery, shopper traffic at flea markets across the country has been on the rise according to many of the market managers and owners who list their event details on Tagsellit.com.
About Tag Sell It
Tag Sell It was launched in 2008 as an alternative to existing online auction and e-classified services. Tag Sell It fosters a resourceful, user-friendly free online marketplace where buyers, sellers and professionals can connect to share their passion for the second hand industry. Through education and mobile technology, Tag Sell It bridges the generation gaps of second hand enthusiasts. Tag Sell It has been seen on NBC News, Yahoo! Finance, US News & World Report, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Denver Post, The LA Times and has also provided industry statistics information for the Discovery Channel’s “What’s America Worth” show hosted by Donald Trump. In 2011, Tag Sell It won the “Best Drupal CMS App Developer Award” for their Flea Markets App.