Television Series Invites Attendees to Bring Antiques for FREE Valuations – and Chance to Be on TV!
The new TV series, Treasures & Traditions TV, is heading to the Cincinnati Hunting & Fishing Show January 24-26 at the Duke Energy Convention Center to offer FREE valuations on outdoor collectibles. Many sportsmen have antique memorabilia such as valuable sporting artwork, firearms, decoys, vintage outboards and tackle, books and more stored away in their attics or basements just waiting for to be discovered.
“Without exaggeration, there are millions of decades-old tackle boxes and more in the closets, attics and cellars of veteran fishermen and hunters that are worth hundreds or even thousands of dollars,” said Bob Delfay, host. “And there are firearms, artwork and decoys gathering dust that are worth hundreds of thousands. Treasures and Traditions TV will offer ticketed visitors to the Cincinnati Hunting & Fishing Shaw a free evaluation of their vintage items, including firearms, decoys, bows, arrows, fishing tackle, knives artwork, you-name-it. The most interesting items will be shared with the viewers of Treasures and Traditions TV on Destination America.”
To sign up and earn their FREE spot in line for the evaluation, attendees are invited to visit http://treasuresandtraditionstv.com. ALL participants must apply for a ticket in advance.
Tickets are limited and Treasures & Traditions TV cannot guarantee that all applicants will receive tickets. Each successful applicant may request up to two tickets and each ticket holder may bring up to two items for valuation. Successful applicants will need a ticket to the Cincinnati Hunting and Fishing Show to gain entry to the evaluation and filming area. To buy a ticket to the show, visit http://cincinnatihuntingandfishingshow.com.
“We are excited to be able to offer this unique opportunity at our long-running hunting and fishing show,” said Chip Hart, Cincinnati Hunting & Fishing Show producer. “It’s a valuable learning tool for many that is free once guests are inside the halls of the show. We can’t wait to see the fun and unique items that are brought in.”
Please note the producers are seeking unique antique items for the television show. All firearms brought to the show must be cased and should have a gunlock on them before entering the building. Guns that do not have a lock will be equipped with a lock before they can be evaluated.
To learn more about Treasures & Traditions TV, visit their Facebook page: http://Facebook.com/TreasuresandTraditionsTV. For more information on the Cincinnati Hunting & Fishing Show, visit http://cincinnatihuntingandfishingshow.com.