Fort Walton Beach, FL (PRWEB) August 23, 2012
Fort Walton Beach Flea Market, the largest indoor flea market in the Fort Walton Beach & Destin area, recently announced a 50 percent increase in jewelry and collectable coin sales over the last year. The company attributes the increased demand for their fine gold and silver jewelry to the high quality of the pieces they sell. Fort Walton Beach Flea Market's extensive inventory of 10K, 14K, and 18K Gold, and Costume and Sterling Silver Jewelry have become popular gift items at Mother's Day and other special holidays.
Collectable Coins were also a popular item this last year. The flea market offers a selection of Morgan Silver Dollars and gold coins. "Our selection of fine jewelry includes wedding rings and bands, estate jewelry, and designer jewelry from Steven Lee, Steven Douglas, and Nagalle," said Roger Knight, owner of Fort Walton Beach Flea Market. "Everything we sell is 100% guaranteed authentic." Mr. Knight, who owns and operates the flea market is retired from the United States Air Force and extends a special welcome to members of the military and their families.
In addition to fine jewelry and collectable coins, the flea market offers thousands of other items, including baseball cards, vintage clothing, musical instruments, Hummel figurines, McCoy pottery, and much more. The flea market hosts over 60 vendors, who sell everything from cell phone chargers to extinct Wooly Mammoth ivory tusks. Mr. Knight assures visitors that there is always something for everyone. For complete information about Fort Walton Beach Flea Market, including its significant charitable contributions. Help local charities and the environment through re-purposing by shopping at the Fort Walton Beach Flea Market today! Visit their website at http://www.fwbfleamarket.com.
About the company
Fort Walton Beach Flea Market is Fort Walton Beach's largest indoor, air conditioned Flea Market at just under 15,000 sq. ft. FWB Flea Market offers everything from cell phone chargers and vintage cameras to extinct mammoth ivory tusks. Serving the Fort Walton Beach and Destin, Florida markets for over 14 years, the FWB Flea Market is home to over 60 vendors. The Flea Market has donated or raised over $45,000 to local or national charities since 2007 when Roger Knight, retired USAF, acquired the Flea Market. For more information visit their website at http://www.fwbfleamarket.com.