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Get Ready for the Remnants of the Past Vintage Show for Fall 2013

Sep 14 2013, 7:44am CDT | by PR.com

If you are a treasure hunter and love the "one-of-a-kind" finds, this is the place for you. Remnants of the Past Vintage Show is an event unlike any other. Artwork, handmade items along with vintage and antique treasures from across the country and around the world are all brought together under one roof in San Luis Obispo, California.

San Luis Obispo, CA, September 14, 2013 --(PR.com)-- This year’s event, Saturday, November 9 and Sunday, November 10, will feature a show full of vintage, artful objects and décor from across the...

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Get Ready for the Remnants of the Past Vintage Show for Fall 2013

Sep 14 2013, 7:44am CDT | by PR.com

If you are a treasure hunter and love the "one-of-a-kind" finds, this is the place for you. Remnants of the Past Vintage Show is an event unlike any other. Artwork, handmade items along with vintage and antique treasures from across the country and around the world are all brought together under one roof in San Luis Obispo, California.

San Luis Obispo, CA, September 14, 2013 --(PR.com)-- This year’s event, Saturday, November 9 and Sunday, November 10, will feature a show full of vintage, artful objects and décor from across the nation along with two special guests. Joining the over 95 vendors, Rachel Ashwell who is credited with turning "shabby chic" into a brand. Ashwell has turned her "shabby chic" style into five stores featuring her design, as well as a featured designer at Target stores. Joining Ashwell as a special guest this year will be nationally-known designer and San Luis Obispo County resident Susan Branch. Branch is a self-taught artist and author of fourteen books, including cookbooks. Both special guests will be on hand for book signings for their new books. Ashwell just published Rachel Ashwell Couture Prairie And Flea Market Treasures and Branch’s new book is titled Fine Romance.

What better place to find "one-of-a-kind" treasures than in San Luis Obispo, a treasure of a destination. After a day spent "hunting" for riches, San Luis Obispo provides a variety of activities for filling your evening hours.

You might find yourself sipping wine at one of the many world-class wineries just minutes away from town or enjoying the view at one of the picturesque beaches nearby. If you are more adventurous, you could head out on a biking tour or hike up one of the many trails that surround the city. San Luis Obispo County is also home to the legendary Hearst Castle, definitely a treasure to be discovered.

So if you are looking for an experience unlike any other, this is the event and the destination for you.

Be sure to enter to for the chance to win a trip to "The Prairie" by Rachel Ashwell, the trip includes a two night stay for two adults in a one bed­room cottage. Winner will be drawn at Sunday’s show. In addition you can enter to win a chance to dine with Susan Branch on Sunday, November 10th directly following the show.

For more about Remnants of the Past Vintage Show and how to get tickets, check out remnantsofthepast.com.

San Luis Obispo is located on the Central Coast of California, half way between Los Angeles and San Francisco. For more information about San Luis Obispo, call 877-SLO-TOWN or visit www.SanLuisObispoVacations.com.

Contact Information:
Remnants of the Past
Lindsey Miller
805-786-2763
Contact via Email
www.remnantsofthepast.com/

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