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Vintage Market Days travels to Ft. Worth March 21-23

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Vintage Market Days is an "upscale open air market featuring vintage vintage and vintage inspired collections for all ages." Providing a huge gathering and a full weekend of browsing, shopping,food, music, and fellowship between lovers of vintage, approximately 100 vintage vendors gather to display and sell their interesting and unique items. VMD has its 2014 schedule set and will begin traveling in several states including Texas, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, and Oklahoma.

This event is perfect for eBay sellers who wish to purchase items for resale, or for those who might have accumulated a little too much and wish to sell off some of their finds. Vintage Market Days is looking for vendors who sell any of the following items:

Antiques and Collectibles (of any size)


Vintage (or vintage-inspired clothing) for adults and children


Repurposed, upcycled, and salvage items

Handmade items

Specialty foods

Scents for the home or body

The first stop on the Vintage Market Days tour will be Fort Worth, Texas on March 21-23. VMD is run by Dianna and Amy, two Oklahoma moms with a passion for vintage and people. VMD began in 2012 and has grown to include 10 stops in 5 states between the months of March and December. Find out more by visiting the Vintage Market Days website, and like their Facebook page here.

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