CEO Rob Sieban interviewed by Flea Market Zone on the future of Flea Markets in 2023. Rob Sieban, CEO of United Flea Markets, says flea markets provide just the right amount of discounted products and fun experiences to satisfy shoppers during this frugal time period.
It’s a new year which means only one thing: PREDICTIONS. In the flea market industry, consumer spending remains strong, but value remains a high priority. With a little more consistency returning in the coming year, here are a few of my thoughts on what to expect.
Shoppers are planning ahead more than ever this holiday season and are stretching their dollars as far as they can. In a recent article in Forbes Magazine, Jill Standish wrote about how some shoppers are getting creative this year.
Flea markets continue to appeal to small business owners for a variety of reasons. The setup is ideal with a reliable location, little overhead and significant exposure to a large and diverse customer base.
Westword Feature written by Molly Martin | It's a pickle paradise at the Mile High Flea Market in Henderson, just a few minutes north of Commerce City.
Providing an environment where employees can grow and prosper is simply the right thing to do.
The Tanque Verde Swap Meet will have a new addition thanks to United Flea Markets (UFM).
Comida Park is the first food truck park for United Flea Markets and being that Coles Flea Market is adjacent to Comida Park we thought that integration of the flea market and the food truck park would be great for the community.
The flea market industry will continue to evolve and prosper. ColoradoBiz covers Rob Sieban's outlook for 2021.
This acquisition marks United Flea Markets’ 15th property and the company’s first flea market in Texas.