Hampton Cove, AL Annual Yard Sale Saturday April 12, 2008

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This coming Saturday April 12, 2008 in Hampton Cove, AL will be the annual yard sale, and it is big.This is a good time to come out and find good deals. You can find name brand clothes, nick nack items, shoes, and miscellaneous stuff. The traffic does get a little hectic sometimes but if the weather is nice out just park your car and walk to the different neighborhoods. Come out and enjoy the fun of looking and buying stuff at cheap prices. For more information about Hampton Cove, AL, and the different neighborhoods.

 

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I was wanting to know when the Oct. yard sale was going to be . Please e-mail me at   jamoseley@hotmail.com

September 26, 2008 11:49 AM
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Nicole Carrol

Hey, I was looking for the same thing, and I found the website http://www.hamptoncove.com/neighborhoods.cfm which on the left side of the screen said it was going to be this saturday (10-4-08) from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m....

September 29, 2008 07:31 AM
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Robyn Edwards

I love the Hampton Cove yard sale and go everytime it is held. There are a lot of great deals. However, it is also easy to be fooled. I know that it is a buyer's obligation to make sure every item they purchase works properly and has all of the parts, but it is also the seller's obligation to tell them if an item doesn't work and they know about it. However, may don't tell you and you don't find out until you get the item home. For all of the sellers that do this, you really should be HONEST and tell the potential buyer if the item they are interested in doesn't work and then they can make an informed decision.

March 16, 2009 07:44 AM
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Jo Ann Foxworth

Please email me the date for the Oct. yard sale. I live in Florida and we want to come up there .

August 28, 2009 08:37 PM
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