Bill “Wild Bill” Ziegler’s store in Middletown, CT built its reputation on overgrown bobble head figurines and a towering sculpture of a man made from bear traps.
Kooky Kans combine the look and nostalgia of tin lunch boxes from the 60s and 70s, along with the fun of everyone’s favorite action figures.
Galan Enterprises’ ID cards have become a popular purchase for independent retailers across the board, who are looking for a well-received impulse buy.
Hot Properties, an entertainment licensing company, supplies a variety of licensed novelty products at wholesale prices about $10 or less.
A perennial favorite, magic tricks that anyone can perform are always a surefire hit and traffic-builder.
After ten years of shipping customers gag and gift items at the lowest prices and with no minimum orders, Will and Tara Blohm say their “funny” business won’t put up with any funny business like bad service or handling fees for dropshipping.
By selling a product that in one fell swoop creates a tradition, beautifies the environment and offers a truly, “magic moment,” kiosk operators can have an instant winner.