The excitement could be felt like electricity in the HHH air at the Veteran's Park 2017 Thursday opener, as well as in Heather Bishop's (WZID) ecstatic greeting on the stage before the entertainment. She had the crowd forgetting the heat and cheering for the music.
There were not many other vendors at this show, which left a lot of room for the crowd to fill the park in as can be seen in these photos.
The girls were so helpful to me in many ways and asked a lot of great questions about what I do. They helped a little bit with some customers, but still had fun.
I'm always looking for models and they were wonderful in helping me by modeling my bags. They're very natural and poised and full of color.
I do not choose to be a vendor at these Veteran's Park events for the big sales, I do it for the feeling of community and to connect with Manchesterites and enjoy the whole scene. My first sale was Lisa purchasing a small heart with a dot inlay, who allowed me to take her picture with the heart.
Some other sales were Sue and Bryan that I customized the small heart to be a necklace for Sue to enhance her lovely dress. Suzanne bought this fun bag from me that has purple, green and white furry polka-dots all over it.
The show began with the wonderful singer, songwriter Walker Smith. What a great performer and the crowd knew it and appreciated his music.
And then there was Foreigners Journey with their incredible energy which they transferred to the crowd with hands clapping, arms opening and crowd singing different parts of the beloved songs. You leave the show singing in your head "Don't Stop Believing" until your head hits the pillow.
Now that the concert season has begun, there's so much more to come! Here's the link to Intown Manchester's site:
If you can make any shows or all the shows, you really should, you won't be disappointed. They're FUN!
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