Read on to find out how the owners of Broad Street Market by Carter Station learned they really were junkers! It was a universal experience!
Joe and Sandy Carter
Broad Street Market by Carter Station
Lives in/Business located:
Story City, IA
This will be Bonanza vendor appearance:
Chippy primitive furniture, industrial pieces, galvanized, rust, vintage pieces for your home
Favorite activity besides junking:
What else is there?
Would save if the workshop were on fire:
You knew you were a junker when:
The house was full, the garage was full, and we had to move because the driveway was full.
Three words that describe you:
junk, food, beer
Three words that describe your product:
original, worn, inspired
If you couldn’t be a junker, you’d be a:
You didn’t think it would ever sell:
My husband bought a pair of galvanized, homemade duck hunting boats. They both sold and sit happily near a lake in Iowa.
You couldn’t stand to sell it once you found it:
We bought a great old workbench at an auction. At the same auction we got an offer for the workbench at double what we paid for it. I LOVED it and it would have looked great in the shop, but we did sell it!
One of the best aspects of junking is that there are always vendors ready to part with fabulous finds! Will look forward to seeing the Carter Station treasure trove in just 62 days!