Jackson bids farewell to Friendly Frank’s Flea Market
JACKSON, Tenn. — The City of Jackson says goodbye to an old friend.
After 27 years, Friendly Frank’s Flea Market says goodbye. Vendors gathered to have a final blowout sale and to bid farewell to an old home.
Sunday was the final day to shop at Frank’s and people from all over the region came out to say their last goodbyes.
Owner Peggy Adams, expressed her thanks to the community.
“The community is, oh my word! I can’t even say how great Jackson and the surrounding community is. They have supported us through this whole COVID thing and the past 27 years. They are fabulous,” Adams said.
Adams says that she doesn’t know what’s next, but she’s excited about the future.
Friendly Franks posted to Facebook on Tuesday, saying in part:
“It’s the last Friendly Franks Flea Market ever. Come on out and find something for everyone on your list – Holiday fashions, home goods, kids clothes, antiques and collectibles, Holiday lawn décor and more. Looking for great foods for your holiday gatherings? Friendly Franks has you covered with homemade salsa, soups, cakes, cookies, jams and more. It’s been a great 27 years, we cannot thank our vendors and customers who have been with us over these years enough. We appreciate each and every one of you. It was you that made our show a success, but all good things come to an end. So come on out for our last show ever – Friendly Franks Flea Market. Friday 5p-8p, Saturday 9a-6p and Sunday 9a-5p. Friendly Franks you never know what you might find! So come on out and shop til ya drop. Free Parking and Free admission at the Jackson Fairgrounds”
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