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Tikiland Trading Co.
Aloha, Tiki artists, vendors, and interested sponsors,

Welcome to Tikiland Trading Co., our new tiki marketplace event that will be located in Irvine, CA in a beautifully restored, historic, lima bean packing warehouse (over 123+ years old) which is on the national historic registry, is on the train tracks, right off of the 5 freeway, and has abundant parking.

This a recurring event with about 5-8 dates per year. Our dates shouldn't be conflicting with other similar events.

Who we are:
We're a married couple living in Laguna Beach, and tiki enthusiasts, who want to host an event for the benefit of vendors and attendees and build a stronger community, and selfishly... we won’t complain if we have a great place to buy more tiki. You can find each of us on our Instagram accounts , for our tiki related posts, as @losttiki and @losttikigirl. We both have extensive backgrounds in social media, community building, and marketing/advertising and feel strongly that we can leverage our experience to make this a successful event for all involved.

If you’re interested in participating in future events, or would like to be on the waiting list if a vendor were to need to cancel, we would love if you could fill out the information below and we’ll be in touch with you shortly. If you have more immediate questions, you can email us at info@tikilandtrading.com

Please feel free to share this with others.

Mahalo,

Anne (@losttikigirl) and Joel (@losttiki)


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