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Florida flea market has vendor space available

Organizers of the Charlotte County (Fla.) Nautical Flea Market say additional space has opened at the fairgrounds, and there is room for additional marine vendors.

The event is scheduled for April 16-18 in Port Charlotte.

The flea market features hundreds of vendors offering bargains and discounts on new, used, close-out and liquidated merchandise, boats, fishing rods, reels, lures and line, antique collectibles and maps, teak furniture, tournament gear, nautical art, crafts and jewelry, marine artifacts, boating apparel, taxidermy and fish reproductions, diving equipment, marine accessories, parts and floating docks.

Marine manufacturers, distributors, dealers and marine-related businesses of all types will converge on the Charlotte County Nautical Flea Market to sell new and used equipment as well as "scratch and dent" merchandise or products that are overstock or older models.

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