News-Antique.com - Apr 06,2012 - Reclaim shop, a family business from Rancho Cucamonga is all set to exhibit at the renowned Long Beach Antique Flea Market held at the Long Beach Veteran's Stadium, Sunday, April 15 . Dolores and her daughter Christy scout for unique, one of a kind items travelling all over the country. Their aesthetic is based on dealing with the beauty of nature, art and an appreciation for all things left to be salvaged. Dolores' husband Dimas, son David and to be son-in-law Sebastin restore, build, refinish rustic and industrial pieces making unique sought after creations.
Reclaim shop offers offer one of a kind pieces built entirely by their team, never reproduced and always unique. Their customers love their finds and the dedication they put into their work. Check out their creations at http://www.reclaimshop.com/ where you will find one-of-a-kind, repurposed hand made items, as they promote recycling and are proud to be the “green” addition to any event.
Long Beach Antique Market is named one the Top Ten Flea Markets in USA and features over 800 Dealers with a huge selection of Antiques, collectibles, vintage items and home furnishings at bargain prices.
Whether you're looking for a unique item for your home or planning a special event, let Reclaim Shop assist you! From inspiration to implementation, they help you bring your ideas to life.
About the Long Beach Flea Market:
Now in its 30th year the Long Beach Antique Market was voted the best flea market in Los
Angeles by L.A. Magazine and was featured on ABC TV “The View” and the Opra Winfrey
Show. It was also named the best flea market in the U. S. by Good Housekeeping Magazine.
For More information about the upcoming Long Beach Antique Market event visit http://www.longbeachantiquemarket.com for discounts, coupons, schedule of events, directions and more.
Long Beach Antique Market is held every 3rd Sunday at the Veteran's Stadium, To get to Veterans Stadium take the 405 Freeway to the Lakewood Blvd (North exit) and turn right on Lakewood Blvd. Stay on Lakewood for 1 mile and turn right at
Conant St. for one block.