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ABOUT US

Sea Hive Station's mission is to provide a supportive home for a diverse array of vendors, and in turn, to have something for each and every person that walks through our doors. Sea Hive Station aims to empower small business owners to pursue and develop a retail business while providing space for everyday freedom and community.

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BRANDON VEGA

Brandon Vega is the owner of Sea Hive Station. He was born to a single mother who immigrated from Mexico at the age of 9, and who was the first of 12 siblings to receive a college education. She instilled in him the values that would drive his entrepreneurial success: to work hard, be diligent, and treat others with kindness and respect.

Brandon moved to San Diego 13 years ago, where he opened a little furniture shop on Park Boulevard started selling furniture out of a little storefront on Park Blvd called Atomic Bazaar. Through his shop, he cultivated relationships with customers and community members that would become his business partners. Sea Hive Marketplace was born 3.5 years ago with Todd Stephenson (Estate Sale Warehouse) and Rob Murray (Karen's Consignment). Brandon opened Sea Hive Station in June of 2021. He has said that of his entrepreneurial pursuits, he is most proud of the Sea Hive venture, as they support 300 families through these two storefronts.

Brandon has been married to his wife, Julia, for 11 years.
They have two boys, 3 and 5.

© Sea Hive Station 2021
📞 619 310 5099
 

SANDRA LOGAN

Sandra Logan is the Store Manager at Sea Hive Station. A vintage enthusiast since "the yellow corduroy bell bottoms incident" in fourth grade, Sandra has been vigorously hunting yesterday’s treasures as a creative outlet since the early ‘90’s. She owned a brick and mortar vintage store near the beach in Oceanside then spent a decade managing at Anthropologie stores in San Diego after the 2008 recession. Feeling the need for a creative outlet, Sandra transitioned to full time silversmithing where her designs were collected worldwide, while simultaneously dipping her toe back in the vintage scene working at Atomic Bazaar, then becoming a regular vendor at both distant and local vintage flea markets.

As vintage began taking over her life again she joined Sea Hive Marketplace as one of their original vendors, leading to a jaunt as store manager for the offshoot summer Pop-Up Encinitas store, and eventually the Store Manager of Sea Hive Station.

 

© Sea Hive Station 2021
📞 619 310 5099