Call for Artists, Making Money at Juried Art Fairs, Craft Shows and Festivals
Hello Melinda. I think the more durable tent is better than a lighter tent. Tent must be durable because you never know what the weather will be like. You have to be ready for anything! I don't think fewer pieces is worth it. I know setting up that tent and taking it down can be a real hassle, but a tent that can't stand up to the weather would be a bigger hassle to me. Just a thought. Hope that helps.
If you have ever been anywhere and seen the cheap tents fly into the air, you know that the more durable ones are worth the extra price and work to set up. Of course, it does help if you have a guy to help with the set up.
Hi Melinda, just wondering how you are doing with your trimline tent? Are you happy with it? How much time does it take you to set it up?
I am considering buying one, but am worried that it's too heavy and too cumbersome to load and move (with two four-door cars). I do have a helper and we are both healthy seniors.
Any words of advice?
I have a used .....like new...used 3 times Trimline and ProPanels.....not sure where you are.