The East Texas Swap Shop is designed to connect East Texans who are interested in buying, selling, or trading items in the Pineywoods region of the state. Every Friday, MYETX will will feature selected items from the East Texas Swap Shop Facebook page, email submissions and items our team finds throughout the region. We will review all submissions submitted via email and monitor the East Texas Swap Shop Facebook page. MYETX knows East Texas is a Picker’s Paradise and we want to help peddlers and pickers in the Pineywoods.
Grapeland- Bid repossessed storage units behind Old Town in Grapeland this weekend in search of forgotten treasures! Buyers should arrive 30 minutes prior to the scheduled auction at 1:00PM at Old Town in Grapeland, located at 102 N. Market St. Before the auction starts, the self storage facility or auctioneer will have a sign in sheet and a set of the company’s rules outlining the terms and conditions of the auction. For more information regarding the public auction behind Old Town call (936) 687-2920.
Kirbyville- East Texas Trade Company will be having an Estate Sale, on March 9th & 10th, at their home location, 506 West Harris St., Kirbyville, Texas. For more information contact Tony Mont at (409) 489-3037, should you need directions. Please refer to the East Texas Trade Company Facebook page for more details and photos. East Texas Trade Company buys out estates & storage liquidations… Thanks!
“Like” the East Texas Swap Shop Facebook fan page to see regular updates posted by other East Texans and to post your items for sale. Join a community of East Texans dedicated to buying, selling, and trading in the Pineywoods region. Everyone is invited to list items for sale, want ads, services, jobs, or gigs available to East Texans FREE on the East Texas Swap Shop Facebook Page.
If you have unusual, unique, or really old items you wish to sell, email the team at MYETX a photo item description, and contact details to email@example.com. MYETX.com knows East Texas is a picker’s paradise and is proud to display East Texans treasures and assist peddlers and pickers in the Pineywoods.