Spring Vendor Opportunities in NC: Zebulon, Selma, and Tarboro

Vendor Opportunities -- The Grey Area News
Vendor Opportunities -- The Grey Area News

Vendor opportunities coming up, some for a day and some for a season. Check out options for selling your wares below.

Note that in addition to the vendor opportunities listed below, information on farmers markets in Wilson NC and Zebulon NC will be released in a future article/list.

Belarussian Day

On Saturday, April 7, 2018, 6:30am-1pm, be a vendor and help to support the Belarussian Relief Ministry at this one-day event, held at Wakefield Central Baptist Church 308 Proctor Street, Zebulon NC.

This ministry will bring 27 children from Belarus to stay in the United States for the Summer with host families. There will be a Bazaar with arts and craft vendors, a yard sale area, and much more.

To Rent a 10′ x 10′ Space for a Yard Sale ($30) or Vendor Spot ($35), contact Laurie Hicks via email or call 919.625.7344.

Selma Saturdays

Selma Saturday 2018 flyer
Selma Saturday 2018 flyer

The “Selma Saturdays Arts & Crafts Market” is returning for its third year. The market welcomes arts and craft vendors and farmers to sell their wares. Fees start at $20 per date, with seasonal rate available.

Interested vendors may print the rules and application from www.selma-nc.com/selma-saturdays.

Tarboro Market

The Tarboro Market is an opportunity to “share passions with like minded makers, growers, and collectors.” The Market begins in April and runs through the end of October, with market open 8am-noon (rain or shine).

Weekly Wednesday markets located at 102 Grandville Street, Tarboro NC.

On the first and third Saturdays, the market will be at 526 N Main Street, Tarboro NC — under the portico of the Tarboro Brewing Company.

Vendor fee is $10 per market, or:

  • Saturday Season Vendor fee is $70 ($5 x 14 Saturday Markets).
  • Wednesday Season Vendor fee is $150 ($5 x 30 Wednesday Markets)

The vendor application form is available here.   Email completed application and photos of your products to email. With questions, send to that email or call April Williams at 252.563.6611

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