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St. Petersburg’s Vintage Marche goes virtual this weekend

Their website is full of inventory and they’re going live on social media all weekend.
Paul Donofrio, owner of the Vintage Marche vintage market, poses in the market in December 2019. Vintage Marche is hosting a virtual market on its website and social media pages May 1-3.
Paul Donofrio, owner of the Vintage Marche vintage market, poses in the market in December 2019. Vintage Marche is hosting a virtual market on its website and social media pages May 1-3. [ SCOTT KEELER | Tampa Bay Times (2019) ]
Published May 1, 2020

Vintage Marche, the massive market for antique, vintage and repurposed items that typically occupies a 15,000-square-foot warehouse in St. Petersburg, has adjusted to the times and made their inventory available online.

Pickers and antique lovers can get their vintage fix by browsing through hundreds of items at vintagemarche727.com. Questions about the products can be asked on the website contact form.

On Saturday and Sunday, Vintage Marche will pepper its Facebook page with several live segments from inside the warehouse. The first one starts at 9 a.m. and is hosted by Brenda Lee, host of the BL Show radio show on 820 AM. Follow Vintage Marche on Facebook and Instagram for live updates.

“These are unprecedented times and we know our customers miss their vintage," Vintage Marche owner Paul Donofrio stated in a news release. “Our team has come up with creative, alternative ways to safely sell our merchandise until we are able to welcome them through our doors again.”

“We remain grateful for each and every one of our loyal customers and want you to know your health and safety comes first,” the release stated.

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