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International Record Day expected to draw crowd to Thomasville

THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

Music enthusiasts can take part in an international celebration of the arts in Thomasville on Saturday. Apollo records in the USA will host an event for International record store day 2014. There will be live music and the doors will open at 8 am.

"If the record is here, it's the holy grail for these people, they will make the journey even if they don't get it, the fact that they may get it will bring them here, and that's the service that we provide,"said Robert Kelly.

Record prices start at about a buck and go up to the thousands. They've got a collection that consists of records that can only be found in their store. Owners Patti, and Robert say there's something for everyone.

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