Vendor Information

Booth and Fee Information for POTP!

Welcome and thanks for your interest in joining our family at POTP! Petticoats on the Prairie is a juried show,
meaning vendors are selected
based upon the wares they have for sale
and also how the present their items. The Rodeo Queens are looking for creative, unique and beautifully decorated booths! We don't want to have the same merchandise in every space, so if we already have a good represesentation of those items at the show, your application may not be approved or you may be asked not to bring a certain category of merchandise.  We really want all of our vendors have the most successful experience while at our event. After all, this show would not be possible without our talented vendors!
We want our shoppers to come in and be "wowed" with the barn and each of the booths and get to some serious shopping! 

How do we help you have the best experience?  The Rodeo Queens will rustle up the shoppers with advertising in area newspapers and radio stations.  We also have large, full  color posters that we distribute all over Colorado City, Snyder, Sweetwater, Big Spring, Abilene, Midland, San Angelo and Lubbock.  We send out over 500 postcards and put them in our local stores to hand out to customers.  The Rodeo Queens like to talk too...and word of mouth has really helped build our show up to what it is today..lol!  We were also thrilled to have been featured in the Spring issue of Flea Market Style as one of the best Vintage Markets in the U.S.! We also love to do vendor spotlights on our Facebook page as the show gets closer, so everyone knows all about the wonderful items you will be selling in your booth.  Also, professional photography and graphic design services are now available to help with your business if needed. Drop Cat an email at redcattex@hotmail.com for a list of prices and services...we are here to help you!


The Ballinger show is sold out for vendors, but the Fall show of Petticoats on the Prairie will be October 18th and 9th, 2013 back in our hometown of Colorado City, Texas.