Annual farm toy show will have plenty to offer collectors

November 17, 2013 by  

The 24th annual West Tennessee Farm Toy Show will be taking place over two days this November.

The holidays are coming up quickly and many people may be wondering what types of gifts they can buy for their family or friends. This show might give them plenty of ideas on what to buy. There will be a variety of exhibitors who will be selling collectible and antique toys, diecast models, pedal cars and even dolls. It’s likely that local collector groups will also be on hand to solicit new members. It should be a great show for a collector who just needs to find that missing piece in his or her collection or a way to interest the younger generation in the joys of collecting. Alternatively, it will just be a nice way to spend the day viewing the collections of others.

The Robert Denson and the Mid-South Mini Truckers Club will also be at the show to show off their self-built trucks and construction equipment.

This show will be widely advertised in the Jackson area. If they need to, organizers might consider investing in printing services from local print companies. This can provide them with products such as banners, posters and flyers to advertise the event in the community.

The West Tennessee Farm Toy Show is taking place at Fairgrounds Park from November 22 to 23. To find out more about the show, including admission prices, contact Jim Rogier at 731-784-5440.