Wyoming Sellers Market gives vendors a chance to sell products without brick-and-mortar store
CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - The Wyoming Sellers Market isn’t a typical store. It doesn’t own or directly profit from what it sells. Vendors rent space, supply goods and let the market do the rest.
“We have artists and clothing designers and furniture designers, crafters, antiquers, a huge variety of things,” Wyoming Sellers Market owner Bryan Kunze said.
“We take care of their stuff. We manage it for them… sell it for them. They come in like weekly and restock their booths and keep it full,” Wyoming Sellers Market Manager Tammie Havorka said.
Vendors don’t have to be at the market to sell their products.
Kunze said he started the market to give entrepreneurs who can’t afford to rent a brick-and-mortar space a chance to sell their products. They can rent anything from a booth to just a shelf.
“They’re a lot of entrepreneurs in Casper that, you know, they just don’t have a venue for it. So, I mean, we’re proud to offer that,” he said.
“We have people that come in and tell us when they get their booth and set it up it’s like, ‘I always wanted a store or a boutique or something’ and they can have it here,” Havorka said.
Both Kunze and Havorka said there is a growing waiting list of potential vendors who want space.
The market is located at 330 N. Durbin St. in Casper. It’s open Tuesday through Saturday.
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