SCOTTSDALE, AZ, September 11, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- gals at Junk in the trunk Vintage Market are thrilled to announce their upcoming fall event on November 9th. Located at WestWorld in Scottsdale, the event will be filled with all things chippy, rusty, vintage and handmade. Vintage market vendors have spent their summer crisscrossing the entire country to bring shoppers their most unique finds. Attendees can expect to find treasures of all types including vintage clothing, repurposed furniture, industrial pieces, farmhouse decor, handmade items and more. The fall 2013 market will feature over 100 vendors including over 70 returning vendors from previous shows. ---
Rafterhouse, a local home crafter who specializes in breathing new life into Arcadia area ranch style homes with timeless finishes such as aged barn wood walls, industrial touches and Carrera marble countertops, will be showcasing their work with an entry display. There will also be design spaces to inspire shoppers as they enter the market featuring pieces from West Elm, Pottery Barn Kids and the gals at Junk in the Trunk. One lucky winner will be able to take home selected pieces from one of the design spaces.
A market favorite, Kip Fox, will headline a talented group of local musicians entertaining the crowd with live music starting at 8am.
Shoppers who want the first opportunity to see all of the amazing finds can start their day off with an early entry ticket beginning at 8:00am. Early entry will last until 10:00am and cost $10 per ticket. The first 300 shoppers through the entrance will receive a special edition Junk in the Trunk reusable shopping bag. Regular entry will begin at 10:00am and last until 3:00pm with an admission price of $5. Children under 12 are free throughout the day.
A portion of all ticket proceeds will benefit the local Young Life chapter of Paradise Valley and Scottsdale. Young life Is a non-denominational Christian organization that reaches out to adolescents in the greater north Phoenix and Scottsdale area through caring adults that spend time with youth in order to empower them to see that their lives have great worth, meaning and purpose.
For more information about the event including media inquiries or vendor opportunities, please visit the website at http://www.junkinthetrunkvintagemarket.com or send an email to email@example.com.
Lindsey Holt and Coley Arnold were born with junking in their blood. Both grew up attending estate and garage sales with their parents starting at a young age and continued to do so through their college years. Upon meeting each other in 2008, the girls immediately shared a common bond of always wanting more junk in their trunks. They quickly realized that the valley lacked an event where local vendors could showcase their unique finds for all to see, enjoy and buy. It wasn't until 2011 while together on a vacation in the northwest and Canada that the pair seriously considered working together. Junk in the Trunk Vintage Markets was born in the back yard of a local Scottsdale home back in September 2011 with 25 local vendors. After word traveled quickly about the event, over 600 shoppers attended the first market causing traffic jams on local streets. The gals quickly realized that they needed to find a larger home. The vintage market moved to its current home at Westworld Scottsdale in the spring of 2012 and has since expanded their footprint to include over 45,000 square feet of rusty and chippy goodness.
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