Vendors

Here is a list of the dealers that we are proud
and honored to have at our show!

Listed in alphabetical order from left to right

• Amber Wench
• B & J Enterprises
• Braswell’s Gems, Minerals & Collectibles
• Cam’s Crystal Corner

• Earthly Treasures with Emmy
• Freedom Valley Gems & Minerals

• Gems and Minerals
Gray Designs

J.M. Imports
• Mare Meteoritics
• Naturally Mine of Foresthill

Rocklin Gems & Minerals
The Opal Guy
Back Roads West
• Beads Zone
Buddha’s Beads & Minerals
• Crystalz at Tiffanys

• Frank Zbierski Minerals
• Gaia’s Gifts
• Gilbert Gonzalez
Jade and Jewelry

Joyce Pierce Alchemies
• Mendocino Memories

• Reasonable Richard
• Scott’s Gem Mineral and Fossil
• Unearthed Gem & Mineral Co
.

Interested in being a dealer/vendor at our show?

Email us the REQUIRED information
listed below by clicking this button:

We will then review your request to see if you’d be a good fit for our show and if so, then we will be able to send you a contract.

Please include the following information:
• Full name
• Business name
• Business Mailing Address
• Website / Facebook Page / Instagram
• Phone number
• Description of your merchandise
• What other shows that you have been a vendor?

We’d love to get a picture of your booth to add to this page along with your business info and url!

New! Oct. 2, 2022: Our show is almost here – and I have been emailing and calling to touch bases with the Vendors I have not yet heard from. We have a waiting list of vendors, and I will be giving any unclaimed spots to those in the waiting list as the show approaches – so if you have not gotten in contact with us yet – do not wait!!!

* September 23, 2022: I have called and left messages to all vendors that we haven’t heard back from yet – PLEASE check your spam and trash folders for your contracts.
Better yet – do a search for “sacramentomineralsociety.org” and that should find every email we have sent – regardless of what folder your email provider sorted it to.

* July 2022 Update: Contracts have been emailed out.

* May 28, 2022: Contracts are being put together to be sent out.

Frequently Asked Questions

How is the money from the vendors spent?


What comes in from vendors goes to renting the facility to hold the show, and the other remaining monies are spent on advertising the show. We typically spend an additional couple of thousand dollars out-of-pocket on advertising costs on top of that, to do our best to ensure high visibility and to reach the widest audience that we can.

We try to keep our tables affordable and work hard to please and work with our vendors. Without YOU none of this would be possible!


What kinds of advertising campaigns do you run?


We have a wide targeted audience and we maintain an extremely robust and extensive online and print marketing campaign that is constantly being added to and developed.

We have been doing Facebook advertising campaigns with great success for the last 7 shows as well as other online campaigns. We work to get live TV coverage from local news channels (you can view the past video clips on our Media Page), as well as PSAs on KDVS, and Capital Public Radio/National Public Radio stations.

We will also as we have in years past advertise the show on various digital billboards over the highest trafficed freeways for driving local traffic to our event.

This one was located in Elk Grove at the Auto Park Mall on
Interstate 99 for an entire month prior to our show!

And here is a little video clip of our first ad that was located
on the Elk Grove Auto Mall digital billboard!

What areas are you focusing your advertising campaigns to reach?

Some of the areas that we focus on getting the word out to are:
• Sacramento
• Lodi
• Carmichael
• Davis
• Citrus Heights
• Fair Oaks
• Orangevale
• Rancho Cordova
• Elk Grove
• Folsom
• Rancho Murieta
• Wilton
• Herald
• Rio Linda
• El Dorado Hills
• Rocklin
• Roseville
• Lincoln
• Auburn
• Colfax
• El Dorado
• Granite Bay
• Loomis
• Placerville
• Woodland
• Dixon
• Vacaville
• Florin

We work hard to continuously add to our advertising range and options and are always developing new ways to reach a larger audience.