Promoting your business

Gain More Followers and Fans

Include a mailing list sign-up at your booth, with signage to let folks know how to get in touch with you after the Fair or how to follow you on social media.

Use the RCR Roster

Let buyers know that your business name and link to your website is also on the Rural Craft Revival website, in case they lose your information. RCR reserves the right to select roster images and photos provided by the links submitted in your Participation Application. Once our Roster is live, please check your business name and link are accurate.

Add our online map in your promotions and share your booth number.

Stock Up on Promotional Items

Business cards, buttons, temporary tattoos, postcards, catalogs, line sheets for store buyers, and other fun materials are a great way to start the conversation with your potential customers.

Social Media

Once you have been selected to participate in Rural Craft Revival you will be emailed a Participation Kit! Make sure to share the news of your acceptance and participation in the Market with your fans + friends by using our promotional e-flyers for the event and our maker stamp on one of your own social media announcements. Post to your Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and blogs to get the word out!

Also be sure to keep up with Rural Craft Revival by following along on FacebookInstagramTwitterPinterest, and on our Blog! Find us on Snapchat @RuralCraftRevival. Invite your fans to our Facebook events!


Show off your brand! Create signage with your name so that shoppers can find you. A catchy booth display and clear signs indicating your business name will make it easy for people to find you again. Try non-conventional booth signs using wood, acrylic, or chalkboards as signs!

Stephanie Laur