CASPER, Wyo — Wyoming Sellers Market will be re-opening to the general public on June 14, according to owner Bryan Kunze. He told Oil City News he’s been getting 8-10 calls per day from buyers and sellers asking when he’ll open.
The over 16,000 square ft. space can accommodate just over a hundred vendor booths where people can buy and sell antiques, wood crafts, designer clothing, electronics, LP’s, vintage jewelry, rocks, gems and more.
Since closing in March due to COVID-19, Kunze has been renovating a back room to accommodate another dozen vendor spaces. Kunze said there is quite a bit of room to allow for social distancing, and staff will be wearing masks.
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Sellers can rent a variety of spaces (from a $400 booth to a $15 shelf) and pay 10% of sales back to the market.
Kunze said the parking lot will be used as an outdoor flea market this summer, and further renovations on the garage area will pave the way for short-term garage sales, auctions, and estate sales.