A: Pax handles most of our webbie stuff.
Pax comes in and takes her own photos about once a week, and also posts the photos our dealers send to her to share. She is not here every day, and while she does have lots of information about the Coop to share with you, she does not handle any sales, holds, or booth rentals. She's happy to assist by redirecting you to the right person to help you out.
A: Probably. :)
Call us during business hours if you see something you want on the site or on Facebook. We'll see if the item is still here for you and accommodate your hold request. But you have to call.
Facebook or the website, does that mean it's still there at the store for sale?
Someone may have already grabbed up that treasure. That's why we say to call and see if a specific item is still available - someone may have called the store and already put that treasure on hold ahead of you! You may have missed it by a week, a day, or a mere minute. If you see something you like, jump on it!
Scranberry Coop is not an appraisal or authentication company. No one here is a professional antique appraiser.
A: Nope. We have a "Sold" section of baskets in shelf cubbies with baskets up near the registers. They are underneath the big jewelry cases at Treasure Map Location #5. Your treasures are safe there until you're ready to check out.
We also have note cards available for you to use if you want to make a note for yourself, to remember where you saw something.
A: You can always look at the right hand sidebar here on our webpage to see our hours. They're the same just about every week.
Our hours are always posted. Plus, we post special events like our Flea Markets, holiday and emergency closings.
Dogs must be on a leash, and you have to be responsible and use common sense, but yes, dogs are welcome here. And our Joey Badenov always enjoys making new friends.
The Coop is interested in renting you a booth though, so you can sell your own items. Becoming a dealer is easy. Check out our page on this site for more information.
A: Become a dealer.
Our flea market tables and special event/party tables all belong to our dealers. Only dealers (and some local animal charities) are invited to sell their wares at our events.
It's just another one of the benefits of joining the Coop Family.
A: We don't have stock or inventory.
We have over a hundred unique dealers renting booths here. Each dealer brings in their own items, and sets their own prices.
A: Each booth is numbered sequentially. We call them our Facebook Treasure Map Location numbers or Booth Numbers. It's just an easy way to find something we post online.
We've added note cards for you to jot down booth numbers and notations to help you keep track of what you saw and where you saw it. You'll find them near the "Sold" baskets, up near the registers.
The Treasure Map is posted in the right hand tool bar on the blog site.
Lori and Tzveta would love to talk to you, but they aren't always in the store. And when they are in the store, sometimes they've already made arrangements to assist someone else.
If you'd like to email them to arrange an appointment you can email through the profile of this website, or directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy your shopping experience, and thanks for visiting Scranberry Coop!