Vendor Spotlight on Vindustrial Supply

Sharon & Bow reside in Arizona with their 2 awesome sons and truly believe that:
"Sharing the past, making it present, and preserving it for the future 
can benefit our lives and the lives of others”. They live their credo in their business and personal lives as anyone who knows them will attest, they are the “real deal” and create a positive impact on everyone they meet!

  Below are just a sampling of the unique goods that Vindustrial Supply Co. brings to each and every market they attend. They strive to find the spoken and unspoken stories or remembered and forgotten items that evoke an emotional experience in peoples' lives. Every piece they find is treasured and fostered until just the right person comes along and gives it home.

Below are just a sampling of the unique goods that Vindustrial Supply Co. brings to each and every market they attend. They strive to find the spoken and unspoken stories or remembered and forgotten items that evoke an emotional experience in peoples' lives. Every piece they find is treasured and fostered until just the right person comes along and gives it home.

  The black midcentury chairs came from the "Cloud Motel" in Lakewood, CA which was considered one of the touring motels during the Golden Age of motels back in the 60s.

The black midcentury chairs came from the "Cloud Motel" in Lakewood, CA which was considered one of the touring motels during the Golden Age of motels back in the 60s.





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  The 70yr old 2 large cubby banks were double sided and numbered. They were 22ft long x 10ft tall. They were used as parts bins from the old Neilson Dairy factory in Phoenix AZ that had been in business since the 50s. Prior to that the cubby banks were from the Smith Pipe and Steel factory established in 1930s in downtown Phoenix. We (just me and Bow) had to disassemble each side and cut them apart in order to make them more manageable to transport and sell. We were able to make 18 large cubbies which took us 3 months.

The 70yr old 2 large cubby banks were double sided and numbered. They were 22ft long x 10ft tall. They were used as parts bins from the old Neilson Dairy factory in Phoenix AZ that had been in business since the 50s. Prior to that the cubby banks were from the Smith Pipe and Steel factory established in 1930s in downtown Phoenix. We (just me and Bow) had to disassemble each side and cut them apart in order to make them more manageable to transport and sell. We were able to make 18 large cubbies which took us 3 months.

  The wagon is 1900s. Purchased from the estate of Bob Hawkins child Hollywood actor, and radio anchor in 1940s. It served as a landmark for his home which was situated at the base of famous Superstition Mountains in Apache Junction AZ.

The wagon is 1900s. Purchased from the estate of Bob Hawkins child Hollywood actor, and radio anchor in 1940s. It served as a landmark for his home which was situated at the base of famous Superstition Mountains in Apache Junction AZ.



  Sharon & Bow believe that everyone and everything has a story to tell. Come meet them at one of Flying Miz Daisy’s upcoming markets, they’d love to shoot the breeze and share their stories!

Sharon & Bow believe that everyone and everything has a story to tell. Come meet them at one of Flying Miz Daisy’s upcoming markets, they’d love to shoot the breeze and share their stories!

Charlene Goetz