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.
This acquisition marks United Flea Markets' 14th property and the first flea market in Ohio.
Very few sites offer the versatility that the Mile High Flea Market has. The open-air marketplace which sits on a whopping 80-acres near Henderson has no shortage of usage potential, many of which have come under great consideration as a result of the COVID-19 crisis as it continues to pummel the entertainment and events industries.
Summer is finally here and markets are reopening! American Merchandiser talks about the reopening of flea markets and Rob Sieban gives insight on the reopening of UFM properties.