Vendors from Across America to Sell at World’s Greatest Vintage Market

With limited booth space Interested vendors should apply early for this unique November event.

Queen Creek, Ariz. - Vendors from across the nation of all things vintage are invited to apply for one of only 87 exclusive booth spaces and sell their wares when The Salvage Company brings its Vintage Roadshow to Queen Creek’s Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Center (HPEC) on the three busiest shopping days of the year: November 25, 26, and 27. Whether it’s furniture and home décor, clothing and accessories, jewelry, antiques and collectibles, musical instruments, motorcycles, or anything else that falls under the broad umbrella of vintage, interested vendors who want to take advantage of this unique opportunity may apply here. To date, vendors from CA, AZ, CO, and KS have already been accepted, but spaces are still available.

When asked why only 87 vendors, Salvage Company founder and event presenter Patricia Dickenson noted, “We're not trying to produce the biggest show, we just want it to be the best, with a never before seen mix of one-of-a-kind offerings.” Regarding site selection for the show, Dickenson said, “Whenever I'm picking in Southern Arizona or New Mexico, I always end up stopping in Queen Creek and just love it, especially HPEC. It's the perfect venue for Vintage Roadshow.” Holding the event inside their main arena means vendors won’t have to deal with the logistics of tents or unpredictable weather during the holiday season. There will also be plenty of RV parking spaces along with full hook-ups for those who want that option. 

Beginning at 8 AM on Friday, November 25 with a 2 hour VIP-only shopping experience and concluding on Sunday, November 27 at 4 PM, Vintage Roadshow will offer shoppers three big days of excitement.  The event will be open to the general public from 10 AM to 4 PM daily.  Lovers of all things vintage can stay up to date on the latest news and special offers, including information on how to purchase VIP tickets here.   

Dickenson got into shabby chic, architectural salvage, French country home furnishings, and home decor created from authentic found vintage materials more than 25 years ago, long before it became all the rage it is today.  She operates The Salvage Co. with daughter-in-law, Jodi Helmer and both are thankful that business is booming.  In addition to retail locations in Phoenix and historic Superior, Ariz., the company also offers complete design and makeover services.  Learn more at their website.