Once again, we are giving out incredibly awesome Swag Bags to the first 50 adults through the door at our HUGE Halloween show!

 

At the Punk Rock Flea Market Lorain Spring show, our Swag Bags were all the rage – in fact, we gave out the 50 bags within 5 minutes of opening our doors! The line formed down Broadway, everyone was excited not only to see what was in the Swag Bags, but to shop our AMAZING and unique vendors! 

For our Halloween show, we are doing something different – just to show our appreciation – and who knows, your Swag Bag might be a CASH PRIZE WINNING BAG!!!

 

That’s right – I said CA$H

 

Inside every single PRFM Lorain Swag Bag for the Halloween show on Sunday October 9, we are going to put something inside with a special code word. Bring that code word to our raffle table and you might be the winner of $20 CASH to spend at the show!

Everyone wins something, so don’t worry if you don’t get the $20. Some people will win raffle tickets for our AWESOME baskets and art donated by our wonderful vendors, and others will get a special trick or treat goodie bag filled with candy!

Remember, in order to win, you must be one of the FIRST 50 ADULTS through the door at our Halloween show! 

 

Are you excited yet? WE CERTAINLY ARE!

 

Don’t forget to check out our vendor page to see which vendors are returning, which ones are new and start planning your shopping day with us for Sunday October 9! Make sure you RSVP to our Facebook event, so you can get ALL the updates before anyone else! 

We can’t wait to see you there!

May the odds be ever in your favor! 😉

 

Laura Bock, an old school punk and goth, is a writer and photographer from Lorain, Ohio. A self-proclaimed Jane of all trades, Laura is a recovering 80’s hairspray addict, and prefers her Doc Martens and combat boots over a pair of heels anyday. In addition to her blog, Laura’s writing can also be seen on Skirt Collective, The Tattooed Buddha, Elephant Journal, Rebelle Society, Be You Media Group, and Pucker Mob. She was also a featured writer with the now defunct webzine, Indie Chicks.

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