V is for Vintage – Vintage Vendors directory now open

We are proud to announce the opening of our sister site, Vintage Vendors, which can be found at vintagevendors.com.

The goal of Vintage Vendors is to grow into a "must visit" directory, featuring the best of the vintage community. Shopowners, events, bloggers, services such as vintage makeovers and photo shoots, and more. Search for vintage shops in the directory, join the online community, and enjoy or learn more about the vintage lifestyle.

Visitors of this site may want to try out our free listings on Vintage Vendors that are equal or better than the paid listings. Yep, the FREE listings have full features. The full-featured listings at no cost will be available to the first 50 members, so hurry!    

If you have a vintage shop on Etsy, eBay, Ruby Lane or if you blog about the vintage lifestyle, or if you have a business that caters to the lifestyle (photography, makeovers etc.) or you carry vintage inspired or homemade items..our directory will give you that much needed additional exposure.

Simply register, add your listing in the appropriate category, and reap the rewards. In turn, you are showing your support for 1940s.org, and we really appreciate it!

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1 Comment

  1. Anna
    March 8, 2012, 1:04 pm   /  Reply

    I just love this tribute site! Im 29 years old and I love to do whatever I can to preserve this fabulous generation! It's my favorite era. There will never be anything like it seen again. Great job!!!

    “You’re my little pin up girl, honestly you are, to me you have the grace of an angel the face of a movie star” – Betty grable from the film Pin Up Girl – 1944

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