video title: History of Denio's in Roseville Part 1
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video source: SacTVnews
published on YouTube Oct. 13, 2012

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duration 5:15 minutes

History of Denio's in Roseville Part 1 "Video of the Day" review by Alex Cosper on October 13, 2012

Denio's Farmers Market is a swap meet on 80 acres and has been the biggest attraction in Roseville for decades. Open all year rain or shine Fridays through Sundays, this flea market has an incredible history that began with Jim and Marilee Denio in 1947.

Eric Denio is their grandson and son of Ken Denio, who now runs the market, which allows hundreds of vendors from farmers to collectors to sell items at amazing bargains. I interviewed Eric on the overcast Friday morning of October 12, 2012 to talk about how the family has prevailed over many decades with this huge community landmark that empowers independent businesses. Denio's still attracts large crowds on the weekends, especially Sundays.

It's the place where you can find low cost items that potentially have much more value online. Eric shares interesting family and auction history from the forties through the sixties in this first of three interviews.

Eric Denio Interview Series

1. History of Denio's in Roseville Part 1
2. History of Denio's in Roseville Part 2
3. History of Denio's in Roseville Part 3

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