Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market, a popular pop-up shopping experience that features handmade and vintage products from local stores, artisans and curators, has returned to Scottsdale Quarter.
Home decor, adults’ and children’s clothing, accessories and vintage products from 25 small business will be sold at the 2,000-square-foot store.
Past versions of Junk in the Trunk typically have been a marketplace of booths. This year’s market will be “one cohesive storefront,” according to a press release about the event. The team at Junk in the Trunk will curate the retail experience.
The vintage market is open daily through an unspecified date in April.
Where is Junk in the Trunk?
The new location off 72nd Place in the Quad, Suite H 1-170, is two doors down from the storefront used during the holiday pop-up event in 2020. It is across from True Food Kitchen and next to Buckle.
The market that was scheduled to take place at this time last year was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, this created an opportunity to build a platform for an online marketplace.
Those who do not want to shop in person can browse the market’s online store at https://junkinthetrunkvintagemarket.com/shop. More than 80 vendors sell their wares in the virtual marketplace.
Which shops are at Junk in the Trunk?
The Junk in the Trunk website lists 25 businesses as “market curators.” These include:
- Form Floral.
- Celebrate Your Tribe.
- mila + stevie.
- Citizen Home Decor.
- Izzy and Ivy.
- Vim + Vigor Candle Co.
- Coley Kuyper Art.
Safety measures at the store
According to a representative for Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market, COVID-19 safety measures are in place. The precautions include:
- Shoppers and staff must wear masks at all times in the store.
- Frequent sanitization of high-touch areas including counters, entry doors, etc.
- Enforcement of social distancing.
- Contactless payment options available.
Details: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. daily through April. 15059 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite H 1-170, Scottsdale. https://junkinthetrunkvintagemarket.com.
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