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Junk in the Trunk to be Held August 3

Posted by admin on July 22, 2013

Junk in the Trunk

Auburn Parks & Recreation is hosting Junk in the Trunk on Saturday, August 3 at Rieke Park, main parking lot, from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Find everything you are looking for at the Auburn Junk in the Trunk community rummage sale. Recycle, reuse, barter or trade from this convenient, one-location, multi-person sale! This is great for organizational fundraising, church groups, youth groups, families or individuals looking to raise some funds. Additionally, individuals and groups can sell raffle tickets or discount cards, tickets to upcoming events, crafts or baked goods—the options are endless. The only exception: No firearms or weapons may be sold at the event.

To register as a vendor

Vendors are provided two 10' X 36' parking spaces, one for selling and the other for parking your vehicle. (Or you can set up items in both spots and park your vehicle on the other side of parking lot.)

"Junk in the Trunk is a is a great way to bring the community together and build awareness as to what many organizations and clubs offer to the community," says Brenda Daley, Auburn Parks & Recreation. "Plus, it helps families and organizations to raise some extra funds—or find their own special treasure."

  • Registration form: Click here
  • Vendor registration deadline: August 1
  • Vendor fee: $15 per registration
  • Event guidelines/policies: Click here

Questions? Brenda Daley, 260-925-2997 or bldaley(at)ci.auburn.in.us

 

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