One of the great things about living in a small community is the down home flare it offers. In our community, there is one weekly event that causes local residents to hustle down to the local convenience store. No, it's not the lottery, it's The Valley Trader.
The Valley Trader is a quirky weekly sale flier that is filled with just about everything you can think of, including the kitchen sink. The Valley Trader offers ads to anyone who wants to post them relating to just about any item they want to sell, and most ads are free. The Valley Trader makes its money off of sales of the weekly publication.
If you need a bumper for a 1986 Ford F150, you'll probably find it. Looking for a new puppy? No problem. What breed? How about a wedding dress? They have them. Backhoe? You bet. What about a house? Are you ready to move? From bicycles, to movies, tools, trailers, furniture, cameras, guns, exercise equipment, animals, office equipment, business equipment, tractors, trucks, cars, motorcycles and scooters it's all there, and much much more.
Every Wednesday The Valley Trader comes out with a fresh edition that will last for one week. Ads need to be at The ValleyTrader office by Saturday to make the following weeks publication. It costs $1.55 per copy and it's well worth it if you're looking for something. There are few things missing from the weekly publication.
Take a look at the online edition and make sure to pick up your current Valley Trader at a store near you. It's available throughout the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, Northern Virginia and the Panhandle of West Virginia. There are bargains galore, and you might just find a Christmas present in there.