Saturday, October 31, 2009
Thursday, October 29, 2009
Crisler Road Antiques in Town Creek, Alabama was the lifelong dream for the Crislers. And for six years they were able to live their dream. Now due to complications of Diabetes, the dream has to come to an end.
Mr. Crisler has had his leg amputated due to his illness and Mrs Crisler is not able to operate the store alone, nor does she want to, for this was a dream they shared together.
Although this dream is ending long before they planned, they are making sure it ends well.With the help of their sons, Justin and Jamey, aka The Alabama Blues Brothers and their many friends are planning the final sale day now.
On October 31, 2009 they will open the shop for the last time. It will be a celebration, complete with good food and great entertainment, along with the best bargains. They would love to see everything go to good homes, so you know the bargains will be tremendous.
So I am asking all Antique collectors, dealers, and music people, come on out if you can and show the Crislers just how we always rise to the occasion to help.
And if you don't know the Crisler Family, all the more reason to go. You may arrive a stranger, but you will leave calling them friend.
Saturday, October 31, 2009
Time: 7:00am - 2:00pm
Location: Crisler Road Antiques and Gifts
Street: 3567 al Highway 20
City/Town: Town Creek, AL
More Info: Justin Crisler Facebook
Thank you Mr. and Mrs. Crisler, and I wish you well on your next chapter of your lives.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Bonanzle is in the first stages of developing the most robust API on the web to date. Bill Harding, Bonanzle's creator today introduced "Bonapitit"(BONAnzle-API-IT), saying :
"This API will allow third party developers to create applications that tie into Bonanzle. These applications could vary from an iPhone application to a desktop program for managing your inventory to a mobile app for tracking your sales... or any number of endless other possibilities. Every application will have the potential to generate revenue from affiliate commissions, usage fees, advertising revenues, or whatever other creative avenues the developers can think up."
Although still in beta, this is going to be one API developers will want to take a serious look at, for the possibilities will be endless.
Just what will this mean to sellers? This means a growth in the market. With the API, Bill and his staff is opening doors for a vast array of applications ranging from those that showcase products and services offered on Bonanzle, to inventory management for the sellers back end.
All developers need to take a look at this opportunity to corner their share of this marketplace. With over 2 million items listed, and the list growing at a rapid pace, Bonanzle is a site well worth your time to develop an application for.Visit Bill's blog to apply for this golden opportunity.