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  1. Dear Mark, Do you still have the CoachCraft Luggage Rack ? Thanks, Mike 708 308 4009
  2. I did not bring up the scooters and golf carts...someone else did. I just agreed with them. Mike
  3. I noticed this year that most electric golf carts and scooters did not have dragging cans making noise. ?? Mike
  4. Tom, The rules are no campers or cars using spaces solely for camping or parking. Read #4. You can park across the back of your spaces and sell in front of the space. I see a lot of people putting out a card table with 5 things on, I wouldn't think this counts. Mike
  5. They are empty "Vendor Spaces". You can start worrying now. Mike
  6. If the rules for Carlisle are the same for Hershey then yes.
  7. It's not a question about parking their cars in the spaces that they are actually vending out of. It's the people that buy spaces just for parking. Mike
  8. Peter, I started a new Tread a few days ago with the same title as this one that was deleted. I have called the phone number provided on their web page and have left messages. I have called that same number and the receptionist says: " Someone will get back to you." (this would be the same lady who referred to me as "That Guy". I have also emailed the address given on the web page...same result...no reply. There are no names of people because no one has gotten back to me. Mike
  9. John, I arrived on Monday and shopped Tuesday and Wednesday. I had to return home Wednesday evening due to a death in the family. Normally I would stay through Saturday. My health and strength are back and I am able to walk the show again. For the first year back from my treatments I parked in the Handicapped parking lot just East of the Red Field. I only had to walk across the street. Yes, other people have issues. Walking all that extra distance past all the campers and all the spaces being used by Healthy people to park is an issue. Just a th
  10. At $ 16.00 a day to park, that is an admission fee. That's $ 80.00 for the week. But it's worth it. I guess it's almost cheaper to get a Vendor Space to park. I have been going to Hershey for 40 years. I have a great time and get to see many things that can't see anywhere else. I will keep going until I can't physically do it. I have tried countless times to contact the Hershey Region with no response. Phone calls, emails nothing. Mike
  11. I started a new Thread because the first one was removed ??????? I have tried to contact the Hershey Region many times but have not gotten any response. I did not have a chance to get to the Hershey Regions space this year because I had a death in the family and I had to leave Wednesday evening. I will try again to contact then by phone and email. Mike
  12. Before I get any more rude comments like" Maybe you should stay home" or "Why don't you stay home and shop on eBay" or "If it's to far for you to walk why are you there" or "Why don't you contact the Hershey Region?" I would like to give you a little background on my self. I purchased my first car when I was 14. It was a 1935 Pontiac Convertible. By the time I got my drivers license it was rode worthy. Through high school I probably owned another 25 antique cars. Since high school I have owned close to another 75 antique cars. From a 1903 Ford to a 1950 Spohn. There have been many
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