CALENDAR OF ANTIQUES PROVIDES FREE PAGES FOR PROMOTERS AND DEALERS A new web site that seeks to promote the antique show as a sales channel is offering free pages to show promoters and the first 100 dealers who sign on.
News-Antique.com - Jul 30,2010 - A new web site that seeks to promote the antique show as a sales channel is offering free pages to show promoters and the first 100 dealers who sign on. The site is in the form of a calendar and dealers with pages can have their event listing linked directly to a page with information on the show including logo, web site links, Facebook page, hotel information and more. Dealers with pages can be linked from the pages of shows in which the exhibit.
"The site creates a full circle of dealers and shows and allows the public to find both shows and dealers," says site founder Eric Miller. "Calendar of Antiques was created specifically for shows and show dealers to promote the culture of antique shows."
Miller also noted a companion site, Calendar of Trains (www.calendaroftrains.com) has appeared and will operate on the same principal for model railroad and toy train promoters and shows.
“The aim is simple—to provide the most comprehensive list of antiques and art events in the U.S.,” says Miller. “We want to be the calendar to be on, and in effect promote the antiques and art industry and introduce a greater portion of the general population to show culture.”
Show promoters are welcome to submit events for the calendar to email@example.com or at by clicking on "Submit Event" at www.calendarofantiques.com. Advertising opportunities are also available. The Calendar of Antiques can be found at http://www.calendarofantiques.com On Facebook, search for Calendar of Antiques or follow on Twitter http://twitter.com/showcalendar