Florida event can accommodate additional vendors

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With less than four weeks remaining before the start of the Indian River (Fla.) Nautical Flea Market and Seafood Festival, organizers have been able to open up additional space at the fairgrounds and now have extra area for more marine vendors.

The event takes place Jan. 15-16 in Vero Beach, Fla.

Marine manufacturers, distributors, dealers and marine-related businesses of all types will be on hand selling new and used marine equipment, as well as "scratch and dent" merchandise or products that are overstocked or older models.

More than 100 boats will be featured at the public boat auction on Jan. 16. Bidders can participate onsite or online via Proxibid. From short sales, dealer trades, private consignments and repossessions, this auction will include watercraft and other vehicles, as well.

Click here to view the online catalog.

To preregister to sell or buy a boat, go to the site or call (561) 844-0440.

For vendor information, contact Under the Sun Promotions at (954) 205-7813 or e-mail: info@flnauticalfleamarket.com.

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