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April 24, 2004

Sasser --Serious shoppers know the best buys can sometimes come from the most unexpected places and what better place to find a great deal than at a giant flea market.

Thousands of shoppers, hungry for bargains, came out for the 2nd annual Sasser Flea festival. The event features more than 100 vendors selling everything from odds and ends to antiques to even cars.

"There are things you just can't find anywhere. They are things you can not go to the store and get," says shopper Denise Martin.

And if you are in the market for something usually how about some Chicken Strips? One Albany cartoonist is at this year's festival selling her unique chicken-theme cartoon strips. If you are in the mood for some Fowl Ball or some Poultry in Motion you catch her on the last day of the festival, which is tomorrow. Admission is one dollar.

posted at 6:34PM by scott.hunter@walb.com