While Luke’s Toy Factory makes a very special toy truck, founder James Barber could not justify the cost of a booth at the American Field Market. All New American believed otherwise and sent Luke’s off to the AF Boston Market Oct. 2017. James did so well that he signed up for the AF Brooklyn Market, Nov. 2017.
Jennifer and Michael were offered a last minute opportunity to participate in The Big Chocolate Show in Manhattan, NY. As the costs associated with a booth were beyond their reach, All New American teamed up with their chocolate supplier, Guittard Chocolate Company, and sent them off to the show. As it turns out, many sweet deals are on the horizon!
Betsy is passionate about her sewing and womenswear line and while very successful in Philadelphia, felt the costs involved with an American Field Market too high. All New American begged to differ and sent National Picnic to the AF D.C. Market. Betsy had such a great show that she signed up for the AF Brooklyn Market, Nov. 2017.
Blake and Ben make the best scented candles All New American has ever come across. While they participated in Field & Supply sharing space with others, they felt that the cost of space at American Field to be out of their reach. All New American believed otherwise and sent them to the AF Brooklyn Market, Nov. 2017. They had a great show and we are positive that Village Common will be part of the AF Market in 2018.
3DUX is headed by two young kids, Ayana and Ethan, both still in high school. All New American saw something different in their Responsibly Engineered Architectural Sets and sent them off to the American Field Market in Brooklyn, Nov. 2017. While 3Dux had a great showing, these two entrepreneurs are still studying and readying for college. Maybe Mom and Dad will take on this very special start-up!