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Antiques TV show coming to Albuquerque February 24, 2011

Posted by Ron Warnick in Events, Television.
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The “Treasure Hunters Roadshow” syndicated television show is coming to Albuquerque on March 1-4 for filming along Route 66 in the city, according to a press release today.

Albuquerque residents are invited to bring their rare collectibles and antiques to the Inn at Rio Rancho for evaluation by antique experts from 9 am to 6 pm each day. Producers seek to showcase highly unique items in the program and encourage collectors to visit and show off their prized possessions. […]

Currently scheduled for inclusion in the Albuquerque show are the Turquoise Museum, 66 Diner and a profile of a Route 66 memorabilia collector. Local residents will also be stars of the Albuquerque episode as they share interesting information about their prized collections and prove that behind every treasure there is a story.

Hopefully, residents will bring some of their own Route 66 memorabilia for the show. Given that town’s rich history, maybe some long-buried treasures from the Mother Road will be unveiled.

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