Dave the one maintenance man at market made a really neat sign to tell of the food vendors in Area # 4. Our end of the building is one of the slowest for customers in the whole market. I know because I was in Area #2 for a long while. I talked to the manager at market many times and asked him how we can get more customer traffic back in our area. I do hang a banner across the back of my van on market day that says fresh hot pizza and made-up signs for the 9 bulletin boards around market, but customers usually go on their normal routes and don’t vary a lot from them. The manager at Root’s Market did ask Dave to make the sign. Our parking lot behind my pizza stand does hold many cars and vehicles, but there are also a lot of other parking lots at market. It also doesn’t help customer traffic that the man beside my stand doesn’t want anyone coming in the door beside my stand. He puts up a no exit, not enter sign. There have been some disagreements between me and the man beside me about not letting customers come in that door. I pay for half the space at that door and he pays for the other half space. There are no other access doors at market that are blocked, expect for ones that go directly into vendors stands.
Thanks Dave for the great signs!! I sure appreciated the sign! :) Dave showed me the sign today and they will be there Tuesday.
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