Central Maine’s Roller Rink Antique Mall Celebrating 5 Years in Business
Paul and Maureen Greene, owners of the Roller Rink Antique Mall in Detroit, Maine, are excited to announce they are celebrating their Fifth Anniversary in business Mother’s Day weekend, May 9th and 10th. . The husband and wife team converted the 7200 square foot 1950’s roller skating rink into an antique mall in 2010. Their goal was to have a store with a friendly, fun atmosphere that sold affordable, quality antiques. Their many customers agree that goal has been met. The flavor of the old rink was kept in tact with the hardwood floors and even the disco ball hanging over the counter. Shoppers can quite often be seen dancing in the isles and heard singing along to the continuous “oldies” music being played.
Paul and Maureen credit a lot of the mall’s success to its 70 dealers. “We truly believe that we have Maine’s best antique dealers in our store. They keep their booths stocked with great, unique, and interesting finds from all over our great state. And they have good prices, too. You’ll find a wide selection of art, furniture, glass, pottery, primitives, tools, camp items, jewelry, books, and more!”
To celebrate the five years in business the Roller Rink Antique Mall will be having a store-wide sale all of Mother’s Day Weekend starting both Saturday and Sunday at 10 am. Every one of the store’s seventy antique dealers will offer some kind of discount. Most will do 20% off items over $10. Many others will do even more. There will also be plenty of free refreshments to add to the fun.
The Roller Rink Antique Mall is easy to find at 43 North Rd. (Rt. 100), Detroit, Maine. Take the I-95 Newport exit 157. Instead of going towards McDonalds, go in the opposite direction, straight, south, 3 miles. They’re on the right. Check them out on Facebook or call 207-487-5565. Better yet, just stop by. They’re open 10-5 seven days a week year-round.
And as Paul and Maureen always say, “You’ll find treasures for all at the Roller Rink Antique Mall!”