Vendors needed for East Moline/Silvis Kiwanis Flea Market Sept. 29


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Press release submitted by East Moline/Silvis Kiwanis Club.

The East Moline/Silvis Kiwanis Club is sponsoring another Flea Market at the Rock Island County Fairgrounds, 4300 Archer Drive, East Moline, on Sunday, Sept. 29, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Spaces are available for venders. Inside spaces of approximately 8' x 15' are available for $40 each. Outside spaces of approximately 20' x 20' are available for $40 for the first space and $20 each for additional lots. Each exhibitor must provide their own tables, racks, electricity (inside wall sites have electricity), etc. as needed.
For information and/or reservations, contact William Siess 309-796-1204 or online at wrsiess@mchsi.com. For application form/contract for vendors, please go to Rock Island County Fairgrounds website: www.rockislandfair.org then click on 'Events and Deadlines' then click on 'East Moline-Silvis Kiwanis Flea Market'

















 



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