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5/21/05

Peddler Show in Town

According to the organizers, it's not just country anymore. The Peddler Show is being held at the Lubbock Civic Center this weekend. From home decor, to clothing, to various types of art, the Peddler Show has something for the whole family.

"It's like walking down a street of shops. You've got boutique to look at on each side. Lot's of unique items you're not going to find at malls and other places," says Rachel Pepper, Peddler Show general manager.

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The buying continues Sunday from 11 am - 4 pm. Cost of admission is five dollars for adults and three dollars for seniors. 65 and over, plus children under 12 get in free.

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