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Sep 24 - Tri-Cities Largest Garage Sale at Appalachian Fair Grounds

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From: Event Marketing [mailto:eventmkt@timesnews.net]
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Subject: News release - Tri-Cities Largest Garage Sale at Gray Fair Grounds - September 24

 

Contact:           Diana Meredith

                        Event Marketing

                        423 245-5071

                        fax:  423 245-4910

                        email: dmeredith@timesnews.net

 

 

 

It’s time again for Tri-Cities Largest Garage Sale at Appalachian Fair Grounds in Gray!  This popular semi-annual event will be held Saturday, September 24 in the Farm and Home Building from 7:00 am to 12 noon.  With 85 vendors there are great bargains and selection on all items - name brand clothing, jeans, prom dresses, jewelry, hair accessories, toys, home d├ęcor, antiques, Christmas decorations, craft items, baked goods, books, cd’s, nic-nacs and many household items.  The Garage Sale is lots of FUN not only for bargain hunters but for everyone – concessions will be offered, and drawings for cash prizes, movie tickets and restaurant coupons will be held throughout the morning. The public is invited to come out and enjoy Tri-Cities Largest Garage Sale.  Tickets are $2:00 per person, children under 12 free.  For more information, call 245-2878.

 

 

 

Ann Yungmeyer

Kingsport Times-News Event Marketing

423 245-2878

 

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