Antique hunters catered for in Liverpool

July 18, 2012 by  

This weekend, beginning July 20, Liverpool, New York will play host to the 29th Annual Great American Antiquefest. The festival has been known to draw over 200 dealers from around the United States and Canada to sell their wares.

The event begins on Friday with a ‘Set-up Shopper’ period that runs from 9:00 am until noon. During this time, the dealers will be unpacking their wares and shoppers can get a head start on the competition for an admission fee of $20. This fee also allows customers entry during regular hours on Saturday and Sunday. General admission runs from noon until 4:00 pm on Friday, then from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturday, and from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on Sunday. It will cost $7 to enter during general admission, although shoppers can also purchase a weekend pass for $8. Children aged 12 or under enter the event for free.

Shoppers can expect to receive a free dealer directory to allow them to more easily find things of interest, a free mobile pick-up system to assist with any large or bulky purchases, and free parking for the event. For those who need to take a break from shopping at any point, there will also be many food booths present, and attendees can relax in tree-shaded rest areas with views of the nearby waterfront.

There can be no doubt that printing companies will be creating flyers to draw antique enthusiasts to this event. The vendors may also require banner printing to draw attention to themselves, as well as informational brochures to inform potential customers about their wares.

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