AOA National Show Vendors

National Western Complex

4655 Humboldt St • Denver, Colorado 80216


Friday and Saturday • 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday • 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Alpaca Breeders of The Rockies (ABR)
Contact: Sharon Milligan

Alpaca Collections
Kuna Alpaca Apparel, Peruvian Exchange Alpaca Apparel
3268 Governor Dr # 251
San Diego, CA 92122
(888) 308-2636
Contact: Max Busch

Alpacas Magazine
Come meet the editor of Alpacas Magazine and learn about this industry publication. Do you have an idea for a story? Now is the perfect opportunity to discuss it!
Editor: Jared Johnston

Alpaquitay LLC — Alpaca Clothing
Alpaca clothing
113 Catoctin Cir SW
Leesburg, VA 20175
(703) 209-7469
Contact: Edgar Condeso

Caamano Inc
Bringing you the finest apparel and accessories made in Peru. Come touch our quality alpaca for great prices.
7681 Shaffer Pkwy Ste B
Littleton, CO 80127
(720) 695-5325
Contact: Daniel Caamano

Classic Alpaca
High quality wholesale alpaca products and accessories for your farm store and events with true alpaca composition in all products. Classic Alpaca offers a full range of alpaca garments and we can also produce for larger clients with our own latest technology machinery.
441 Carbondale Rd
Clarks Summit, PA 18411
(800) 425-7222
Contact: Chris McCue

Dancing Elk Alpacas/Miss Rosie's Miraculous Journey
Miss Rosie, a small newborn alpaca, knew at the end of the day on July 17, 2014, that there would be something special about her life. Her world included milk bottles, leg braces, a large teddy bear, and a very special blankie. Could she and her human, Momma Q, understand and learn from each other? It would be the beginning of a beautiful, funny, and heartfelt story that changed lives. "Miss Rosie's Miraculous Journey" is one of uncertain changes, challenges, and acceptance—no matter the obstacles to overcome. This illustrated children's book shares the true story of Miss Rosie's transition to "alpaca-hood" with the warmth and humor. "But the greatest of these is love" ~1 Corinthians 13:13
PO Box 942
Livingston, MT 59047
(406) 223-1769
Contact: Kimberly Quesenberry

Datamars Inc.
The Datamars 840 SLIM microchip gives goats, alpacas, llamas and other animal species a silent but effective voice. Unlike a tattoo, a microchip cannot be falsified, removed or changed. The 840 SLIM microchips are a revolutionary bio-compatible polymer encased microchip. Each is as small as a thin grain of rice, weighs a fraction of standard glass microchips and contains a permanent ID code that is unique to that animal. There is no risk of the polymer SLIMS cracking or breaking.

Datamars 840 SLIM gives you a small needle gauge without compromising read distance. The thin, 14 gauge needle allows for smooth and gentle implantation with minimal penetration force. Our special "No Return Click" syringe offers an added safety feature: it blocks the injector once depressed, stopping the microchip from being vacuumed back by the piston. Once implantation is complete, separate the needle for easy sharps disposal with your veterinary waste. The remainder of the syringe can be recycled.
345 W Cummings Park
Woburn, MA 01801
(781) 281-2216
Contact: Alexandria Pudney

Double K Diamond Llamas and Fiber
Alpaca Hand-spinners roving, dyed and natural colored yarn, finished alpaca garments, spinning and weaving equipment.
16423 N County Road 9
Wellington, CO 80549
(970) 218-0409
Contact: Karen Kinyon

Everything Alpaca
Alpaca Apparel
2119 W 14 Mile Rd
Royal Oak, MI 48073
(248) 818-9768
Contact: Jose Cabrera

Fashion Forum
Alpaca Fashions & Products — wholesale & retail
841 23rd St # 10
Aliquippa, PA 15001
(817) 706-2036
Contact: Debra Weiss

Gore Trailer Mfg., Inc.
Alpaca Trailers
305 Gore Trailer Road
Whiteville, NC 28472
(910) 642-4298
Contact: Daniel Jackson Gore

Images of the Heart & Soul
Unique Alpaca Fine Jewelry and other Creative designs that touch your Heart and Soul!!
1801 Red Bud Ln
Suite B PMB#225
Round Rock, TX 78664
(512) 350-5060
Contact: Susan or Darrell Gray

Imperial Yarn
American Grown Luxury. Everything Alpaca, clothing, accessories, throws, hand knitting yarns, kits, patterns and jewelry. We are leading the charge with our domestic grown alpaca fiber products. We have just about anything you are looking for. Come on by and "Say Hi" to Tangie and Stacie and learn more about our Oregon Based Business. Don't forget to ask how our open range herd is adapting.
58150 Highway 197
Tygh Valley, OR 97063
(541) 483-0989
Contact: Stacie Chavez

Inter-American Trading, Inc.
Inter-American Trading wholesales alpaca related handicrafts, alpaca clothing and accessories imported from Peru & Bolivia. We are dedicated to support indigenous people and buy directly from artisans who produce our products. We also are a member of the Fair Trade Federation.
3342 S Tulare Cir
Denver, CO 80231
(303) 696-2613
Contact: Lucia Crawfurd

Lael Alpaca
Alpaca clothes, toys, belts, purses, rugs, and more!
816 Ashwood Pl
Denton, TX 76210
(940) 230-0546
Contact: Mercedes Gamero

Lanart International Inc.
LANART hand crafts museum quality alpaca products. We are a family business dedicated to innovation and bringing you the best quality baby alpaca available. Our mission is to bring you these artistically made items by providing opportunities for our community in Peru to have not only stable but flourishing lives. Our Fair Trade and Animal Friendly practices have been a core value since we were established in 1979.
10325 Hambright Rd
Huntersville, NC 28078
(704) 875-1972
Contact: Catherine Chandler

Latin Collection
Alpaca clothing and accessories, baby and children apparel, & home decor.
455 Fleming Rd Ste A
Charleston, SC 29412
(843) 795-6078
Contact: Ruth Mogrovejo

Morgan Trinkets
Quality S.W. jewelry and pottery and estate gold at wholesale prices.
PO Box 313
Berthoud, CO 80513
(970) 222-9886
Contact: Pearl Heater

PacaKnits / Rocky Mountain Alpacas
What do you do with the yarn from your alpacas? PacaKnits will feature Silver Reed knitting machines, Silver Needles yarn cone winders, hand painted alpaca yarn, knit samples, training, and as a special, customized alpaca embroidered jackets!
1675 County Road 12
Erie, CO 80516
(303) 834-7407
Contact: Margit Tritt

Passanante's Home Food Services
Promotion of our home food delivery service specializing in all natural and organic food.
1901 Farragut Ave
Bristol, PA 19007
(800) 772-7786

Peruvian Link Company
Fine Alpaca clothing, accessories and home décor.
589 Airline RD
Amherst, ME 04605
(207) 584-3200
Contact: Karen Bridges

Quality Llama Products Inc
Tack, medical supplies, gifts, tee shirts, grooming products
585 Park St
Lebanon, OR 97355
(541) 451-4345
Contact: Nancy Chlarson

Quechua Benefit
Yarn and cowboy hats made in Peru. Quechua Benefit if a non-profit organization supporting the women, children and families of alpaca breeders in Peru with education, preventive medicine and economic empowerment. The hand spun yarn is produced by the women enrolled in the Quechua Benefit Economic Empowerment program in the Peru altiplano.
11785 SW River Rd
Hillsboro, OR 97123
(503) 703-6144
Contact: Steve Johnson

RedMaple Sportswear
Alpaca socks, accessories, apparel, and gifts.
384 Harold L Dow Hwy Unit 18
Eliot, ME 03903
(207) 451-9678
Contact: David Stensland

Spotted Circus
Strauch drum carders, Spinolution wheels, sparkle, milk, bamboo, pearl and various wools for blending. Dyed yarn and fiber. Power Scour, dyes, pelts, sorting/grading services.
7675 Ault Rd
Freedom, IN 47431
(815) 353-4798
Contact: Elizabeth Taylor

Stevens Llama Tique
Alpaca Tack *Barn Items *Shears *Minerals *Medical *Stall Mats *Gate Straps * Cria Coats *Signs *Books *Alpaca Belt Buckles * Suri Alpaca Yarn* Roving *Sweaters *Scarves *Mittens*Gloves *Blankets *Jewelry
1449 Red Canyon Rd
Canon City, CO 81212
(785) 230-1038
(800) 469-5262
Contact: Judy Stevens

The Alpaca Guy
Come sign up for your Wholesale account with Wade at his Alpaca Guy Booth so you are able to purchase his newly designed alpaca accessories for your farm store or markets. Get group items only farm stores can purchase. Also see what new wearable art designs Celebrity Artist Nicolosi will unveil.
311 S Indiana Street
Mount Pleasant, WI 53405
(920) 539-3231
Contact: Wade Gease

The Shepherd's Mill, Inc
Alpaca blend yarns and roving, fiber arts supplies and equipment, knitting patterns and kits, woven scarves and throws. Full service custom processing mill celebrating 15 years in the business.
839 Third St
Phillipsburg, KS 67661
(785) 543-3128
Contact: Sally Brandon

Wild Valley Farms
We offer an organic fertilizer made 100% from wool that feeds plants all year long and reduces watering times by 25%.
2775 N 7000 E
Croydon, UT 84018
(801) 940-1436
Contact: Albert Wilde

Windy Meadows Farm and Fiber Factory, llc
Yarn, roving, dryer balls, insoles, rugs, hats, sweaters and other wearables, gloves, ornaments, and socks all made from natural fibers and most made right on our farm! We also carry a large selection of knitting supplies, crochet supplies, peg and continuous strand weaving supplies, as well a felting and dying supplies!
408 Drake Rd
Hamlin, NY 14464
(585) 709-5099
Contact: Jill Fielder