PASCO, Wash. - Bargain shoppers continue to visit the Pasco Flea Market. Owners say the business has grown steadily over the past 10years.
The flea market has been a place for families to hang out for over 23 years. It's the largest open air flea market in Washington. Each season, they have more than 400 vendors selling goods such as clothes, food, and toys. The event brings in 4,000 to 6,000 people a week.
Co-owner, Kyle Robinson says the number continues to rise each year. In fact, the flea market has been growing steadily about 10% every year for the last 10 years. He says its because of the affordable prices.
"Here's one of the few places in the Tri-Cities or in the area that you can have your family come out and have a nice time. And have some lunch, buy a few things, get things the family needs, groceries, land still not break the bank," said Robinson.
Robinson says they plan on expanding the flea market. They recently bought a piece of land for parking and are working with the City of Pasco.