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EIGHTH Annual - 2014
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Buy, sell, and display
knives: New, antique, rusty, factory, custom, hunting, military, swords, daggers,
folders, Bowies, tomahawks, razors, sharpeners, and books!
The 2013 knife show was a huge success. Thank you for your participation. See you again, September 27 & 28, 2014, Bill.
Saturday & Sunday, September 27 & 28, 2014
Charles Chrin Community Center of Palmer Township
4100 Green Pond Road, Easton, PA 18045-2594
only $6.00! Bring
your supervised children. No
charge if under 13.
Show your family, children, and friends the beauty and
fascination of quality knives!
Meals and snacks for sale in the Community Center. Many hotels and restaurants are nearby. Contact Discover Lehigh Valley for hotel information and reservations, telephone 610-882-9200 or www.DiscoverLehighValley.com.
Show hours: Saturday: 9 AM to 5 PM, Sunday: 9 AM to 3 PM
Vendors: 200+ eight foot tables with chairs @ $60 for weekend, including two admissions.
Last year sold out early! Reserve and pay now! Ample free parking!
Easy access! Handicap accessible! No steps! Air-conditioned! Modern & well lit!
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Vendors for our upcoming 2014 show:
Shan Hafeez - Brooklyn, NY
Thomas N. Tully - Kennett Square, PA
Mark Molnar - Swanton, Ohio
Step Back N’ Tyme, Wayne Ramsburg - Smithsburg, MD
J. L. Peters – Tazewell, VA
Dash Knives, Gregory Dashevsky – Staten Island, NY
Jim Siska – Westfield, MA
Gerry's Custom Leather, Gerry A. Solt - Wescosville, PA
Billy Ogden, Avis, PA
David C. Shaw, Markleysburg, PA
Vendors for our 2013 show included:
J. L. Peters, Tazewell, VA
Mark Molnar, Swanton, OH
Step Back N’ Tyme, Wayne L. Ramsburg, Smithsburg, MD
Jim Siska Custom Knives, Jim Siska, Westfield, MA
George LeRay, Lawrenceville, NJ
Gerry’s Custom Leather, Gerry A. Solt, Wescosville, PA
N. J. Knifer, Larry Golczewski, Hewitt, NJ
Zubair Sports, Muhammad Zubair, Nizamabad, Wazirabada, Punjab, India
Stabbers Steel Connection, Richard J. Colbrook, Bronx, NY
Blades & Antiques, Donald Wayne Smyth, Wallingford, CT
Bill Eggers, Allentown, PA
Knives, Etc., Joel D. Gottfried, Greenlawn, NY
Switch & Swings, Jerry & Sherry Stein, Fairfield, PA
Lance Fisher Knives, Lance Fisher, Pompton Lakes, NJ
Big Dens Knives, Dennis A Fiscus, Youngsville, PA
Queen Cutlery Company, Ken Daniels, Titusville, PA
Tuna Valley Cutlery Co., Courtney Daniels, Titusville, PA
Thomas N. Tully, Kennett Square, PA
Manhand Knives, T. J. Yaremko, Bushkill, PA
David C. Shaw, Markleysburg, PA
Robert M. Siple, Meadville, PA
Louis Viera, Mount Arlington, NJ
Odor's Handmade Knives, Bill Odor, Upper Black Eddy, PA
Bob's Horseshoeing, LLC; Robert Kradzinski, Perkasie, PA
Glenn Luckey, Morris Plains, NJ
Warwick Valley Custom Knives, Terry Veraldo, Pine Island, NY
Conestoga Knife Company, Mark Remcheck, Washington, PA
Tri-City Knife Works, Bill Hall, Chuckey, TN
Wood Dynamics, Mel Dunlap, Dover, PA
Bryan Wyszkowski, Rockaway, NJ
Ron Roberts, Enola, PA
Tom's Knives, Tom Iobst, Emmaus, PA
Blue Ridge Knives, Tommy Clark, Marion, VA
C4 Industries LLC, Francis A Landau, III, Long Valley, NJ
Donald Desmond, Cumberland, RI
Gene E. Powell, Valley Cottage, NY
Tommy Gun, Dennis Bongiardo, North Providence, RI
Bob Burtscher, Tampa, FL
Cisco Knives, Tom Sharer, Rochester, NY
Knives By Tex, the Sicilian; Nino Arrigo, Wenonah, NJ
Byron Mellinger, Wyomissing, PA
Skeleton Knives, John W. Thrower, Fairfax Station, VA
Marie King, Hellertown, PA
William A. Datoush, Phoenicia, NY
Gregory Dashevsky, Staten Island, New York City, NY
Terry Snyder, Mechanicsburg, OH
Military Arms, Robert Benson & Dorothy Ames, Montague, NJ
Dan Shechtman, Philadelphia, PA
Shawn Knowles Custom Knives, Shawn Knowles, Great Meadows, NJ
Military Collectibles, Bill Hope, Cheltenham, PA
Onderko Motorsports, LLC; Michael Onderko, Nazareth, PA
KAS Knives, Ken Steigerwalt, Orangeville, PA
Al Datoush, Wellsburg, NY
Jon Majuri, Lakeville, MA
John Gray, East Norriton, PA
Gary Schade, Elverson, PA
Tandy Leather Factory, Michael Thompson, Manager, Allentown, PA
New Jersey Knife Collectors Association, Ronald LaBella, Cranford, NJ
Certified Knives, Gerald J. Norrell, Ringwood, NJ
Fredrick Wenzel, Warren, PA
Knife-Related Links and Resources
www.knifeworld.com -- The only publication covering the WORLD of KNIVES
Queen Cutlery Collectors -- www.queencutlerycollectors.com
For information, call Bill Goodman, CPA, manager of Good Knives,
Office 610-253-2745, Home 610-258-5063, Cell 484-241-6176, E-mail
Make check payable to “Good Knives, LLC”. Send check and application early to Good Knives, LLC, c/o William N. Goodman, CPA, 765 Young’s Hill Road, Easton, PA 18040-6726. (New address). Bad checks will be assessed $25 charge.
Late reservations and walk in vendors are welcome, but no guarantees can be made of available tables.
Vendor application and acknowledgement of rules: Neatly print your
Company name: ______________________________________________________________________________
City, state, zip code: ___________________________________________________________________________
Telephone numbers: ___________________________________________________________________________
Number of tables desired: _________ Payment
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Easton Knife Show – Easton, PA
& Sunday, September 27 & 28, 2014
Vendors: Set up Friday evening, 3 to 9 PM, and Saturday and/or Sunday mornings, 7 to 9 AM.
The modern Charles Chrin Community Center of Palmer Township was a wonderful host in several years. It is anxious to continue support of our growth. It is visible along the North side of US 22, between PA 33 and PA 248 (25th street), Easton, PA. Large parking lots and lawns surround it. Electrical outlets are available along walls. Bring extension cords and multiple outlet strips. Compliance with local, state, and federal laws is required. Although Pennsylvania is friendly to knife collectors, automatic knives are not normally allowed to be carried. Vendors may display only knife-related items. No guns or flea market items are allowed for sale. Show officials will approve displays. We are not responsible for any losses. The Community Center and the show halls are locked over night, with security cameras and an alarm service connected to the police department. Smoking and alcoholic beverages are prohibited anywhere in the Community Center. Self contained RVs and trailers may park overnight.
Contact Discover Lehigh Valley for
hotel reservations, 610-882-9200, or visit www.DiscoverLehighValley.com
Advertising & promotion: We are again widely promoting this annual show in many knife, gun, hunting, fishing, and outdoor sports magazines, newspapers, and websites. We shall again distribute 13,000 flyers at other gun and knife shows, clubs, and shops. Visit our website, www.PAKnifeShow.com, and sign up for our e-mail list. E-mails will be sent to thousands of known knife fans, makers, dealers, collectors, vendors, etc. If you have a good place to announce this show, please forward this flyer and list the show on your favorite websites. This show is a repeat of our successful knife shows held in past years on the same weekend. Help us promote and grow this high quality annual show, at low cost to all. Then you can make more sales! Ask for more free flyers to distribute to fans and customers, and to display at your shop and other shows. The Charles Chrin Community Center of Palmer Township, Easton, PA is convenient to buyers and vendors living in New Jersey, New York, and Eastern Pennsylvania. Around 30 million people live within 150 miles. We should again attract thousands of knife fans. The show will repeat next year, on the last full weekend in September, September 26 and 27, 2015.
Directions: Easton is on the Pennsylvania / New Jersey border, in the Lehigh Valley, 60 miles north of Philadelphia, 17 miles east of Allentown, and 75 miles west of New York City. The Charles Chrin Community Center is new and beautiful, with ample free parking. It is visible along the North side of US-22. For easy access, exit US 22 at 25th Street, also known as Nazareth Road and PA-248. Look for knife show direction signs at intersections.
From US-22 east, going westbound: Take US-22 to the 25th Street exit in Easton. At first traffic light (next to MacDonald’s Restaurant), cross 25th Street, continuing West on Sales Street, 0.1 mile to the next traffic light. Turn right onto Northampton Street. Go West, 0.5 mile to next traffic light. Turn right onto Greenwood Avenue. Go North, 0.2 mile to second left. Go West on Green Pond Road, 0.7 mile to entrance into Charles Chrin Community Center on left side at 4100 Green Pond Road.
From US-22 West, going Eastbound: Take US-22 to the 25th Street exit in Easton. At first traffic light (next to Burger King Restaurant), turn left onto 25th Street. Go North, 0.2 mile to first traffic light. Turn left onto Northampton Street (next to Gulf Station). Go West, 0.6 mile to next traffic light. Turn right onto Greenwood Avenue. Go North, 0.2 mile to second left. Go West on Green Pond Road, 0.7 mile to entrance into Charles Chrin Community Center on left side at 4100 Green Pond Road.
I-78 and US-22 run parallel, East and West, through Easton. I-78 does not connect directly to 25th Street. US -22 does. I-78 connects to US-22 via PA-611 and PA-33 in Easton. I-80 also connects to PA-33 near Stroudsburg, which goes South to US-22 in Easton. I-476 (PA Turnpike), PA-611, PA-115, PA-309, PA-209, PA-191, PA-222, PA-412, PA-212, PA-413, PA-32, PA-378, NJ-29, NJ-94, NJ-57, and NJ-46 all lead toward Easton.
Eastern PA Knife Collectors Association: Join us. We meet monthly, the first Monday, 7 PM, Springtown, PA fire department, a few miles South of Hellertown and Bethlehem, PA, on PA-412 and PA-212, between Riegelsville and Quakertown, PA. Call President Bill Odor for details, 610-982-5773. EPKCA’s annual knife show is the third Saturday of March. EPKCA is not officially associated with this September Easton show, but many members participate.