Biz Spotlight: Vintage Market Days

Friday, August 23 at 08:40 AM
Category: Business Banking

Established just a little over a year ago, Vintage Market Days is run by co-owners Amy Scott, who specializes in event planning, and Dianna Brown, whose past experience includes owning a vintage store. They additionally draw on the talents of Juli Armour, of The Leslie Group, who handles the website and all the creative materials. Each bringing unique talent to the table; these three have the means to make something really special.

So what is Vintage Market Days? They define themselves as an “upscale vintage-inspired indoor/outdoor market featuring original art, antiques, clothing, jewelry, handmade treasures, home décor, outdoor furnishings, consumable yummies, seasonal plantings and a little more.” They hold a three-day event several times a year in a number of communities which gives local vendors a unique opportunity to display their talents and passions. 

They have licensees in St. Louis, Oklahoma City, Dallas/Ft. Worth, and McKinney, Texas, but are headquartered in Tulsa, Okla. Amy Scott and Dianna Brown are both from Tulsa and love the area. They chose to start their company in Tulsa because they saw it as a city full of creative people and thought Tulsans would be excited about events like Vintage Market Days.

“Vintage Market Days is more than a show,” said Amy Scott, co-owner. “We love adding special touches to make it an ‘event’. Vintage Market Days is the only vintage event that licenses our event model to other entrepreneurs so they can take Vintage Market Days to other markets and add their own special touch.” 

With over 10,000 likes on their Facebook page, the “special touches” seem to be working too. Their goal is to provide a charming get-a-way for customers so they can walk in, leave stress behind and just enjoy being in a fun environment with some of the most creative people around.

Vintage Market Days said they chose Arvest as their bank because the company was helpful in getting them set up with a free business checking account and, as they have grown, now they have started using the cash management/ACH withdrawal account.

For more information about Vintage Market Days and their next upcoming events, check them out at online* or on Facebook.*

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Tags: Arvest Biz, Business Banking, Oklahoma, Tulsa
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