The only complaint I had this year was the size of our space. If I had known the spots were going to be so skinny I would have bought 2, which I hear is what some people did on Friday anyway. Obviously you want to get as many sellers in as possible, but when there is so much congestion it just doesn't work.
Possible suggestion on how to clear up spots: Don't have table top gaming during swap meet hours. The tables take up room and during swap meet I only see people sitting there showing off the stuff they bought to their friends.
OR: One seller per spot. I had 2 people in this small spot, as did many others. If the rules are changed to 1 seller, 1 spot we would have had 2 spots and been alot more comfortable.
Paying $20 for such a small spot didn't help matters either. For that price last year our spots where much more manageable.
Badges! It was great that you had our badges this year. It made getting our stuff ready for lining up a whole lot easier. Please do this again!
Lining Up! Last year you tried the same thing with people lining up according to their sign up number, but it didn't work out so well. People were just all over the place and information didn't get moved along like it was supposed to. This year that was really improved upon and it made a huge difference.
Staff! You had a great staff this year. One guy in particular was really nice, polite and helpful. I wish I had gotten his name to compliment him properly. There was only one girl who was rather rude and snippy, she wore a red dress with a pink bow/ribbon in her hair. She didn't so anything out of line, she just wasn't very nice about telling us how to set up. Both these encounters were on Thursday.