46th Annual Greater York Antique Show to be Held May 1-2, 2015 in York, PA

York, PA… The 46th annual spring Greater York Antique Show will be held Friday, May 1 and Saturday, May 2 at the York Fairgrounds Convention & Expo Center in York, PA. Twice a year, the Greater York Antiques Shows bring together 85 antiques dealers, thousands of collectors, and experts for two days of an amazing shopping experience. This Show provides the ultimate social experience with expertly curated finds, one-of-a-kind items, a chance to meet experts and interact with vendors, and the opportunity to engage with other like-minded attendees.
The Greater York Antique Show, now celebrating its 46th year, is an industry success story. In 2012, show promoters Bob Bockius and Dave Strickler of Mitchell Displays Inc. took up the challenge of restoring the Greater York Antiques Show to its original mission and excitement by attracting knowledgeable collectors and respected dealers from around the country to re-invest in the show. Mitchell Displays has invested its time and energy to offer collectors on every level the opportunity to purchase from some of the most extraordinary collections assembled in one place.
York, PA has been for decades the destination for both experienced collectors and the novice antique-seekers. The Greater York Antiques Show has always been committed to the high quality and integrity long associated with the show. “We believed in the importance of keeping this show alive,” said Bockius. “Our goal has always been to provide quality merchandise at all price points from the most reputable dealers in the industry; and, we are excited at the extensive display of merchandise that is being offeredhas found its way back to York.”
This fall the Greater York Antiques Show brings together antiques dealers, collectors, and experts for two days of an amazing shopping experience. This Show provides the ultimate social experience with expertly curated-finds, one-of-a-kind items, a chance to meet experts and interact with vendors, and the opportunity to engage with other like-minded attendees. Eighty-five exhibitors have been invited to showcase their collections of their finest 18th and 19th century furniture, folk art, lighting, silver, ceramics, glass, fine antique jewelry, clocks, paintings, and accessories all in room settings.
For more information on the Greater York Antique Show visit www.greateryorkantiqueshows.com or contact: Karen Cook, info@greateryorkantiqueshows.com