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Antique and Vintage Show Hits Expo Square

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The fifth Vintage Tulsa Show got underway today at the Expo Square Exchange Center.

The show will run through the weekend and features over 130 antique and vintage dealers, according to Scott Kinney with the Vintage Tulsa Show.

Kinney said he helped to start the Vintage Tulsa Show because he thought Tulsa deserved this sort of large-scale antique event.

Kinney mentioned memories as a key reason for buying antiques and vintage products.

"Antiques make you reminisce about childhood," Kinney said.

"We have customers who say "I remember having this as a kid, or my grandmother used to have one of these.'"

The show is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sunday.

General admission tickets are $6. More information can be found at www.VintageTulsaShow.com.

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