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Sep 10, 2007
Country Home's JUNKMARKET Masters to Demo Renovated Rubbish at Canton First Monday Trade Days


JUNKMARKET(TM) Masters Ki Nassauer and Sue Whitney are bringing their nationally-recognized brand to Canton’s First Monday Trade Days, as part of the 2007 Country Home magazine Junking Journey. At the Texas stop on the Junking Journey, Ki and Sue will bring to life projects from the pages of Country Home through demonstrations and a project showcase. They will also sell ‘nuts and bolts’ packages to fellow ‘junkers’ to allow them to create some of their most popular projects at home.

Stop by to learn from the JUNKMARKET Masters, enter the "Are You A Junk Maven?" contest, and while supplies last, pick up a FREE sample of Eucerin.


Saturday, September 29
8 a.m. – 6 p.m.


First Monday Trade Days in the Canton Civic Center space, on the west side of the show grounds, 60 miles east of Dallas off I-20. For detailed directions visit


For interviews with the JUNKMARKET Masters, Ki and Sue, please contact Lisa Bagley at 212-551-7189 or


First Monday Trade Days is America’s oldest and largest antique and collectibles show. Nearly 150 year old, the Canton show occurs the weekend before the first Monday of almost every month and draws over 300,000 collectors to the market that stretches over more than 200 acres.

The JUNKMARKET girls are currently working on their second book, "Junk Beautiful", published by the Taunton Press and due to be released in spring of 2008. JUNKMARKET hosts an annual juried junk flea market, the Junk Bonanza. This year’s Junk Bonanza will be September 7 and 8 in Long Lake, Minn., just west of Minneapolis. Visit for more information. They are also launching the American Junk Club on July 2. Visit for more on the social junking network and information on how to join.

For 25 years, Country Home magazine ( has redefined the vision of country. Country Home speaks to the desire for style with editorial features that blend formal and familiar, classic and casual, to inspire readers to explore their own personal tastes. The magazine presents fresh, actionable ideas that are relevant to all aspects of readers’ lifestyles, including home décor, food and entertaining, fashion and well-being, travel and shopping. Country Home, published by Meredith Corporation (NYSE: MDP), has over 8.3 million readers, is published 10 times per year and has a rate base of 1.25 million. The magazine was nominated for a National Magazine Award in photography in both 2005 and 2007.