OPA Holiday Sale 2023
November 24-26, 2023
10:00 am- 4:00 pm
5050 SE Stark Street, Portland, OR
We've found a nursery to partner with for our Holiday Sale event.
Portland Nursery, open since 1907 is a large full service nursery, easy to get to on the eastside of PDX with plenty of customer parking.
They will help us promote our event via their website, email list, social media sites and heavy attendance at their poinsettia sale.
This sales event is open to all members in good standing. Registration is first come, first served on the OPA website. You may sell any original work created by you from ceramic clay. Any mixed media work, must be predominantly made of clay.
Cost of this event per space:
$50 to OPA + 10% of sales for the nursery.
We will be inside one of their large greenhouses. There are 38 10' wide x 6' deep spaces available. You are welcome to share your space with another member, but include their name & email contact when you register so all participants are being promoted.
Participants need their own indoor display set up, point of sale system & wrap materials.
The greehouse is high ceilinged, has a concrete floor, wifi and will protect us from rain. There's good ventilation & heat, if needed. They'll string construction lights.
Set up will happen early Friday morning, Nov. 24th
At the time of registration members need to pay their $50 fee and submit 2-4 high quality images of their current work for use in promotion.
Email images to email@example.com
Participants need to help promote the event through their
personal social media accounts, by distributing postcards
and emailing their customer email list.
HELP NEEDED NOW FOR THIS EVENT:
1) Graphic Designers for social media pieces, post cards to distribute and/or a printed flyer
2) Social Media Team to post images created by the designers over a 3-week period
If you have these skills email firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be other tasks that we'll divide up
after members register.
We hope you'll participate as we build
this new annual event.
Dennis Portz & Connie Cheifetz