News-Antique.com - Jun 26,2007 - Chicago, Illinois --June 26, 2007--With his new book hot off the press, “31 Steps To Your Millions In Antiques & Collectibles” author, Daryle Lambert, will be speaking and signing books this weekend at the Chicago Antiques Market. Lambert along with his 8-year-old son, Joshua, also an avid collector, will speak at the market’s Junior Collector Club, where kids and parents are invited to explore the joy and excitement in collecting together. Joshua will exhibit and talk to the kids about his personal collection of antique and vintage toys, including trains and trucks, as well as other valuable treasures he’s been collecting since he was 5 years old and offering help on how to start kids might start their own collections.
“31 Steps To Your Millions In Antiques & Collectibles”, published by 31 INC, grew out of Lambert’s desire to share his knowledge and experiences with others who are eager to participate in this lucrative worldwide industry.
The book applies basic investment principles to buying and selling antiques & collectibles with the intent to accumulate enough wealth to last a lifetime. Lambert shares real stories from his 40 years of business experience, revealing some of the best-kept industry secrets that only the most successful dealers and collectors know. Those who follow this plan set their own financial goals according to their own definition of wealth. If followed closely, Lambert says that one can create enough funds to last a lifetime in only a few short years.
Joshua and Daryle Lambert will be speaking and signing books at 12 Noon, June 30th, at the Chicago Antique Market at 1300 West Randolph Street in Chicago’s West Loop district. The company will have a booth at the market on both Saturday and Sunday where “31 Steps To Your Millions In Antiques & Collectibles will be available.
The Chicago Antique Market, hailed by Travel and Leisure as one of the top three national urban antique markets, takes place the final Saturday and Sunday of each month through October from 9a.m. to 5 p.m. and features more than 200 dealers selling everything from a wide range of antiques to vintage collectibles. The indoor/outdoor market has earned a national reputation as one of the finest in North America, and has been compared to the Paris Flea Market. In Time Out Chicago, Nate Berkus, designer of Oprah fame, raved “I love the Chicago Antique Market on West Randolph Street. That is something this city was seriously lacking. The quality of the merchandise there is incredible.” (www.chicagoantiquemarket.com)
About Daryle S. Lambert:
Daryle Lambert has been a collector of antiques and collectibles for over 40 years. During that time his entrepreneurial endeavors have included starting businesses in real estate, oil exploration, and financial securities. Throughout his career, his love of collecting and dealing in antiques and collectibles has remained a constant source of enjoyment and profit.
The book is available for through the company website at: http://www.31corp.com
For more information contact:
Cindy Stackler Nieder
Director of Marketing