|By PR Newswire||
|January 17, 2014 03:00 PM EST||
ATLANTA, Jan. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- WorthPoint (www.worthpoint.com) will be returning to Chicago this month as Worthologist Martin Willis will be offering antique valuations and advice to visitors at the Randolph Street Market Festival's 2014 kickoff Wonderful Winter Market on Jan. 25 and 26.
Shoppers attending the market on Jan. 25 are encouraged to bring one antique or collectible item to the WorthPoint booth where Willis will be stationed for a free valuation. Willis will also discuss with shoppers about the latest trends in antiques, offer tips on what details to look for when shopping and demonstrate WorthPoint's online technology that provides quick and efficient information about their possible purchases. Willis will be at the booth from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. WorthPoint has hosted valuation booths at the Randolph Street Market in the past.
The January Wonderful Winter Market kicks off eleventh season for the Randolph Street Market Festival, an internationally recognized European-style indoor and outdoor shopping extravaganza in Chicago's historic West Loop that is the go-to destination for area treasure hunters, fashionistas, designers, Hollywood set decorators and people who want to see and be seen.
One the world's leading online resource for valuing art, antiques, and collectibles, WorthPoint fits perfectly into the market's mix. "With WorthPoint, we will be able to expose our exhibitors, attendees and fans to the value of their purchased items from our show, whether it's onsite or online," says Randolph Street Market founder Sally Schwartz.
The festival features fully integrated mini-markets all under one roof and it is home to the world famous Chicago Antique Market Festival and Indie Designer Market. The January Market will also boasts Chicago-based foodie vendors, chocolate and candy gifts and the Market Bar stocked with beer and wine to serve as a treat for guests.
For more information about the Randolph Street Market Festival, you can visit the website at www.randolphstreetmarket.com.
WorthPoint, founded in 2007, is an online information company that has become one of the world's leading resources for researching and valuing art, antiques and collectibles. The WorthPoint Marketplace consists of WorthPoint.com, a vast database of sales records for more than 203+ million items, aggregated from virtual marketplaces and leading auctions houses; MarksandLibrary.com, an online resource for investigating makers' marks; and GoAntiques.com, the oldest, most established online marketplace for buying and selling antiques and collectibles. WorthPoint offers an iOS application available on an iPhone/iPad, allowing users to access WorthPoint's Worthopedia 'on the go.' The company is headquartered in Atlanta. For more information, visit www.WorthPoint.com .
The Randolph Street Market Festival, home of the world famous Chicago Antique Market and Indie Designer Market, is an internationally recognized European-style indoor and outdoor shopping extravaganza in Chicago's historic West Loop. From May-September, 250+, and October-April, 90+ select purveyors of high quality, value-priced "finds" is the destination for treasure hunters, fashionistas, designers, Hollywood set decorators, and people who want to see and be seen. Voted as Time Out Chicago's "Best Market" in 2013, and featured in Travel & Leisure, the NY Times, Lucky Magazine, UK's Guardian and more, the Randolph Street Market Festival is considered "a mecca of cool", "the best hot spot for antiquing", "the best Chicago venue for people watching", and "the Barney's of Vintage". Celebrity designer Nate Berkus says, "I love this market…the quality is incredible!" For more information, and 2014 show dates, visit www.randolphstreetmarket.com.
Media Contact: Christina Kapusta, WorthPoint Corporation, 4043950276, [email protected]
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