Pit Stop for Kids

What’s your name?
What is the name of your business?
Pit stop for kids
How long have you been trading?
13 months
What products do you sell?
Baby and children alternative clothing and accessories including knuckleheads, sourpuss, hotrod hellcats, six bunnies and princess wardrobe
What sells the best?
Boys workshirts and girls Pettiskirts
What markets do you trade at?
Chevron Hoppers crossing, Princess Events melton Tabcorb, and various spring events and car shows and fundraising events for children who are ill.
How did it all begin?
Noticed a gap in the market for cute kids clothing especially boys while I was at a car show. Trial and error first six months as to what to stock, now I have three or four regular designer companies I use and stick to!
What do you like most about being a stallholder?
Meeting new people, satisfying my shopping urge, working for myself! Meeting families and special need children makes my day and I love the fact we can help them out a little instead of putting money in big departments store pockets.
What do you like least about being a stallholder?
Setting up the damn marquee at 5 o’clock on a sunday morning!!
Where do you see yourself in 5 years time?
Any funny stories to share about your time as a stallholder?
The amount of people who will drop there pants or take off there shirts to share there tattoos in front of the public lol! I love it!
What one piece of advice would you give to a new stallholder?
Do your research, make a business plan and follow your heart, there’s plenty of room for everyone in this business, so treat your customers, market stall organisers and fellow stall holders with respect. And if you don’t have a passion or love what you sell – don’t do it!
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