3rd Annual – Empire State Boy Scout Trade-O-Ree – October 8th 2011 – Verona NY

Ray Gould sends along the following message:

You are officially invited to join us for the 3rd Annual Empire State TOR (Verona, NY) on October 8th, 2011. With only 2 weeks to go, I’m excited to see what Boy Scout treasures will walk through the door!

*Admission is FREE to ALL.

8-foot Dealer Tables are $5.00 (YES…only five dollars). With space limited to 30 tables, we anticipate selling out quickly (if you’d like one, I’d be happy to try and squeeze you in).

* FREE Dealer Tables to Qualified Dealers (see details at bottom of this note).

* FREE “Trading Only” space is available to any collector (to encourage new collectors to join the fun!).

* FREE Table Space is available to Scout Councils, OA Lodges, and Scouting Museums to sell their Trading Post inventory.

* HISTORIC Scout Memorabilia Displays will be On-Site (contact me if you’d like to exhibit a collection…and I’ll make room).

Last year’s TOR saw a dramatic increase in attendance (by both collectors and dealers). Don’t miss out on a prime chance to add that missing piece to your collection (or swap stories with an old friend).

I look forward to seeing you there!

Should you have any questions, contact me as listed below…

Ray Gould
cell: (315) 778-9841
joethreadhead2@nullhotmail.com

FREE DEALER TABLE PROMOTION: In the spirit of making this event even more successful, a FREE Dealer Table is available to anyone who brings 2 collectors with him/her (that’s right Dealers!…you get a FREE table for every two collectors you bring with you).
Just remember, bringing another dealer does not qualify. Who qualifies as a collector? Well…I’ll take your ‘Scouts Honor’ (essentially anyone with interest in our great hobby…they could be young Scouts…an old-time Scouting friend…your Scout Troop…let’s share our Scouting History with some new people!)

More details in my original post.

Hope to see you there.
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“Whoever said the pen is mightier than the sword obviously never encountered automatic weapons.” – General Douglas MacArthur

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