The Bigfoot Store is expanding! And we're looking for new vendors that would like to reach a bigger, national audience.
Launched in November of last year, The Bigfoot Store is in the top 15% of all online stores that started the same week. Of course, if you're even reading this, you already know that Bigfoot is a hugely popular cultural icon. And not just in the United States and Canada!
Our store is designed to appeal to all levels of Bigfoot/Sasquatch enthusiasts. From the casual fan that might believe the cryptid, bipedal being exists, to witnesses and in-the-know Bigfoot researchers that have devoted their lives to finding the elusive Big Fella, we have a wide variety of products to satisfy the Bigfoot in all of us!
And while we're adding more and more of our own products, what people really are really looking for are the creative artists out there painting, carving, or sculpting their own interpretations of Sasquatch. If you're a Bigfoot or cryptid artist interested in having us sell your work in our store, just drop us an email (email@example.com) and we will explain our vendor program. You'll be pleasantly surprised that it weighs heavily in your favor.
Authors are very popular as well. We have regionally and internationally renowned Bigfoot authors selling their books in our store, and readers are always looking for more to fuel their thirst for information. If you have any Sasquatch or cryptid-oriented books send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And if you're not a Bigfoot artist or author but you know one, please let them know about us. We're growing and they can jump on board with us!
The Bigfoot Store announced at sQuatch Fest '18 in Kelso, WA that the American Primate Conservancy is the first ever beneficiary of the online store's monthly research organization donation program.
Todd Neiss, President of the American Primate Conservancy, expressed his gratitude. "Wow, that's really great. I'm honored you chose us to be the first research organization to receive a donation from your store."
Mr. Neiss, along with fellow staff members Diane Neiss and Peter Byrne, have been seriously researching Sasquatch for many decades, and are among the most respected researchers in the field...