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This is reputed to be the biggest show in the world. 70,000 venders and a million customers come from all over the world. I've been attending for over 20 years. Yes the show is on for 2022, and I will be in my usual spot in the Days Inn, on 1-10 at St. Mary's in room 127. Jan 28th -Feb 12th. 2022I have a 400 pound mammoth skull with matching tusk as simply something cool to see. have not decided on a price yet, I still have to clean it up.
Keep in mind attending is a good way to have a business write off if you acquire inventory. This is a way to pick out material and art in person, especially if you own a gift shop, or need raw materials like a custom knife maker. I do sell wholesale. I usually have over 100 pounds of fossil mammoth ivory at the show and way more then I could ever list on the web site. At lower prices. Email me if you hope to attend and I can give my cell number for an appointment and latest update. It's a fast pace adrenalin rush. I general make a years wages in a week,
Hey John, No not this Mexican Dave guy you refer to. But forget the name, I only see them once a year. What I like is, they have a lot of knife meteorite material at affordable prices. One nice thing about this show is, meeting up with people who are not on the internet , have no shop, no way to get hold of them. This is common with materials at the source, these people are not into marketing. Those who buy big time know how to reach them, meet up at the show. One year he sold out in one day. People show up, do $10,000 deals and are gone. That's the beauty of the show as a seller. As a buyer yo get to see 100's of pounds of stuff I could never list on the web. Knife makers can buy their year supply of fossil handle material at a fraction of retail costs. You can write the Tucson trip off as a business expense! (smile) In Costa Rica huh? Pretty butterflies there, some cool wood, nice people. I hope you have a boat and get out fishing! If you can make it to Tucson, bring me some trade-ables.