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Bargains Galore on 64 Coordinator Hopes To Keep Tradition Going

CONWAY, Ark. - Bargains Galore on 64 has been an Arkansas tradition for nearly two decades. It's 160 miles of flea markets and yard sales from Fort Smith to Beebe, all on Highway 64.

Throughout the year it's been said this will be the last time for Bargains Galore because the coordinator has decided to retire.   

Over the phone the coordinator says she offered the job to another person and she's hopeful this isn't the end of the road. 

Lois Sergeant is a long time participant. She sells antiques and tools to customers. 

"Maybe they will decide to keep doing it a while longer," Sergeant said. 

Donna Nichols is from Little Rock. She says she's participated for the past few years and 2018 isn't any different. 

"We've already been up this way and we're going to have lunch and go down this way," said Nichols. 

Nichols does have a suggestion if it does continue into the future.  

"If I were to change anything, I would put it in September or October," Nichols said. 

Sergeant hopes this isn't the last time she'll be able to set up shop. 

"Maybe they will decide to keep doing it a while longer," Sergeant said. 

Bargains Galore on 64 kicked off Friday and goes until Saturday. 


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