It will only take you a minute or two of
being with fleattitude dealer Bruce
for you to realize that he’s a
r e a l l y n i c e g u y .
As nice as the vintage Santas he sells?
Just maybe. . .
His day job is as a nursing home administrator, something he's been
doing for 16 years.
Before that he was a recreation director
at Health South.
He says he's worked in health care
for a looonng time.
You have to be a nice person
to do that,
don’t you think?
Bruce says he likes selling at flea markets
because it is a quick way to move
merchandise at a decent price.
Lucky for us, huh?
He also sells at Treasures Antique Mall
in Springville, where I perused his booth Looking for items to
photograph for the blog.
He seems to like heads. . .
I asked Bruce how he got involved in the antique business, and completely loved his answer:
"I have always liked old junk. I think I got hooked on antiques when I was 14 years old. I worked for a lady who had bought an old mansion in American Fork. After they bought the property they started a demolition business to get salvage for their new property. I would got with her to pull salvage before the building was torn down. I found on old art deco lamp in the basement and ended up selling it for $275.00. It was then I realized that I could become rich from selling antiques (ha ha)."
One thing about Bruce’s booth,
You’ll find just about anything.
From kitsch to Royal Doulton.
He says, “I sell anything I
think I can make money on.”
Have you checked out his new
at Treasures? It’s
j u s t p l a i n f u n
Kinda like Bruce.
He describes himself as hard working
and always looking for new ways
to have fun.
Others would describe him as
You can't ask for much more in a guy than that, now can you?
Be sure to stop by Bruce's booth
at fleattitude and sit for a spell
and you'll discover just how
a flea market can be!