B.A.M. Black Friday Market Now Accepting Vendor Booth Applications

B.A.M. Black Friday Market Starts:  November 27th

JUNE 15, 2020

The Best Way for You to Connect With of A Lot of Customers and Prospects In A Short Period of Time!

Becoming a B.A.M. Black Friday Market vendor will   give you the opportunity to not only show and sale your product or service, but also create that all important first impression. According to  Simmons Market Research  study,  91% of respondents ranked trade shows as  "extremely useful"  for product purchasing  information . This was higher than any other source.

Why The B.A.M.  Black Friday Market  Will Benefit Your Business:

    Ever hear the phrase, timing is everything? More and more conscientious  consumers are seeking business just like yours. Now's the time to take action as well as empower the Black community.
    Put your business in a position for success. Taking advantage of the heavy Black Friday, Small Business Saturday foot traffic, along with  high  online  activity  for Cyber Monday Shopping will translate into high dollar profits!
    True  brand loyalty begins with personal, impactful, memorable, and emotional connections.   Being a vendor at B.A.M. Black Friday Market  can create  personal connections that will last a lifetime.
    Location, Location, Location!  Houston is the 4th largest city in the U.S. boasting a piece of the 86 billion purchasing power pie and a Black population of over half a million.  A great place  for a Black owned business to gain support!

We’re looking for businesses that offer:

  • Apparel
  • Accessories
  • Art
  • Books
  • Christmas  Items
  • Dolls
  • Electronics
  • Food
  • Gifts
  • Home Decor
  • Jewelry
  • Kwanzaa  Items
  • Leather Goods
  • Music
  • Novelty
  • Ornaments
  • Pet Accessories
  • Sport Gifts
  • Toletries
  • Toys
  • ...and  more!

What People Are Saying

Hammond Burke/ Small Business Owner

"I support B.A.M. [Black Friday Market] because I believe in raising awareness of the importance of recycling dollars within communities so those communities can grow and improve."

Tanesha Hawkins

"Our future generations need to see us supporting Black owned businesses. Right now that's not the norm, and this is a step in the right direction!"

Lisa Johnson

"At the end of the day, it's really about what is best for all of us. Supporting Black owned businesses supports a better economy for all of us."

Ready to Get Started? Click Below to Apply for a Booth