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Gettysburg Winter Rendevous Jan 23-26th update
Discussion in ' Shows' started by Gary Lopez - Jan 6th, 2019 6:59 pm.
Gary Lopez
Gary Lopez
We filled our 50 room block, and hotel has extended 5 more rooms (only single king beds left) at the $69.50 block rate for one week. If you delayed booking and want to come to this great event, here is your opportunity. Our 4th year in Gettysburg, and this one looking to best our prior three with great room trading, auctions, and show.
We have close to 500 auction lots to be sold in combination of live and silent auctions over three days(live auction Friday, and silent auctions Thurs. Friday, and Saturday of our event). Almost all entirely from an estate, with many top shelf lures and one of a kinds included.
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