About Us & Our Events

Starting with our inaugural Event at Eisenhower Park, Nassau County Art Craft & Gift Shows has been in business since 2008.
If you are a vendor who has never done business with us you will find us to be respectful, professional and considerate and our hands-on staff is always ready and willing to help out in just about every way.   
If you are a vendor that has done business with us in the past we encourage you to try us again.
We have made some improvements to our system that we believe all vendors will appreciate.
For example, for our outdoor events we no longer provide a 10' wide x 10' deep Vendor Space with a 3' aisle between Vendors.
Instead, we now provide a 13' wide x 10'-12' deep Vendor Space.
Now, any vendor that needs a bit more room than just their tent can easily expand their selling area or create their own aisle within their space.
Whenever possible, we try to allow vendors to park their vehicles right behind their space.
We have added new staff members who will do their best to physically assist in unloading your vehicle, setting up your tent and making sure you are comfortable in your selling area throughout the day.
We extensively advertise and promote all of our Events throughout the year.
In addition to our regional TV and Newspaper and Internet campaigns, we have a full time staff dedicated to listing all our Events in all print and social media as well as internet and trade publications.
We produce many events throughout the year, all in well known upscale convenient user friendly locations.
With reasonable weather all of our events enjoy excellent attendance.
All of our Events are promoted equally, from our smaller events which draw a few thousand people to our larger ones which draw tens of thousands.
Our staff is on site rain or shine every Event date ready to set up the show every scheduled date.
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Many of the dollars that we earn go back to the individual communities through direct payments to Chambers of Commerce, the Nassau County and New York City Departments of Parks & Recreation, and local not-for-profits and charities such as Kiwanis and Lions Clubs.