Saturday, June 17, 2017

Today and tomorrow is that somber, bleak flea market near Lake Worth High School nobody knows about.

Why doesn’t anyone know about that flea market in distress near Lake Worth High School?

Why can’t they boost attendance? Do any of the organizers have the Internet available? Have they considered advertising other than having a reporter write a negative article about how bad things are at the flea market.

Who would want to go after reading about how bad and depressing things are?

Is there a solution to help these people?

Yes! The Palm Beach Post has the solution. It’s called the “Five Tips”.

The organizers need to learn the “Five Tips” and these tips really do work. Here are tips #1 and #2 from Antonio Fins, the business editor at The Palm Beach Post:
  • Tip #1. Know whom you want to reach out to, the editor writes, “. . . the trick is reaching to the right journalist.” For example, sending information to a beat reporter may not be the best option. Have you considered a business reporter? An entertainment reporter?
  • Tip #2. Who’s your audience? “So, tell us how many followers do you have on Twitter? How many friends/fans do you have on Facebook?”

To read tips #3–5 use this link.

So many people, neighborhoods and businesses here in our little City of Lake Worth have used the “Five Tips” and very successfully too. The Post even published a “Special Series” about our City!
Featured on the back cover: Meet the iconic Mr. Greg Rice during Our Centennial Year in 2013.

Remember that 12-page “SPECIAL KEEPSAKE SERIES” delivered on Sunday, March 26th, in The Palm Beach Post? Do you still have it? I DO!!!

Do you remember when Lake Worth’s beat reporter from the Post wrote about our City’s “hipster vibe”? Why not try promoting the flea market near the Lake Worth High School as a new “Hipster” venue here in our City?

Read more about that below and remember: Monday is the next Lake Worth Very Very Special Monday Collector Print Edition (LWVVSMCPE).

There are only 6 Special Cities in Palm Beach County and. . .

Delray Beach IS NOT a Special City any more! Delray has been eclipsed by the City of Lake Worth.
Remember you evil developers: Don’t even think about coming into our Special City “and messing with the city’s hipster vibe”. And that includes our Beach!
The Post beat reporter wrote: 

“Since the casino [sic] reopened in 2012, the city has been trying to figure out how to fill the vacant space. While some residents embrace the idea of a $15 million expansion by a local developer, others in this artsy town don’t want to see a big developer coming in and messing with the city’s hipster vibe. Stay tuned. . .”

If you go to the flea market today near the Lake Worth High School and don’t find what you are looking for, skip on over to World Thrift, the comments on Facebook? Marvelous! World Thrift is the greatest thrift store east of the Mississippi River according to the New Times, located at 2425 N. Dixie Hwy. Call 561-588-4050 for more information.

When you visit the flea market near Lake Worth High School or World Thrift try to “coordinate” your purchases.
This is an example of Hipster Anarchist Millennial style. Note the written instructions, “Please empty outhouse bucket when filled. . .”.

Charming, isn
’t it?

If you weren’t aware, following wave after wave of good news coming from our little City, the philosophy of Apatharchism has firmly taken hold here. Adherents include former 60s-style Anarchists, Millennial-Anarchists, Anarch sympathizers, and affinity members once focused only on the bad news, doom and gloom, and the “Wolf at the Door” that never appeared.

And guess what all you Hipsters? The July 4th Great American Raft Race is just 24 days away! So ride your LDub ‘fixie’ to the flea market or World Thrift today. Here are some fashion tips:

Note how scarves are used as a fashion enhancer. Look at the shoes!
Not sure what a Hipster is? Use this link to find out.

Purses, trendy belts, big sunglasses, and dots!!!!
Look around. What are all the other Hipsters wearing? Learn new fashion tips and remember, “don’t be messing with the city’s hipster vibe”!