Published On: Wed, Nov 18th, 2020

United Flea Markets acquires Treasure Aisles Flea Market in Ohio

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Denver-based United Flea Markets has acquired Treasure Aisles Flea Market in Monroe, Ohio for an undisclosed price.

The acquisition is the 14th property for United Flea Markets and the first flea market in Ohio.

Rob Sieban – President, CEO and co-owner of United Flea Markets said: “Treasure Aisles is a highly appealing property and a unique opportunity for us to expand our portfolio into Ohio.

“As one of the largest indoor/outdoor markets in the Midwest, Treasure Aisles has an impressive number of visitors and a large number of them are long-term. We’re very excited to welcome them to the United Flea Markets family of properties.”

United Flea Markets acquires Treasure Aisles Flea Market in Ohio

United Flea Markets acquires Treasure Aisles Flea Market in Ohio. Photo courtesy of United Flea Markets.

Opened in 1991, Treasure Aisles Flea Market is said to be among the largest flea markets in Ohio. The market is claimed to offer more than 67 acres and a 100,000sft climate-controlled indoor facility in addition to outdoor shopping and entertainment.

Treasure Aisles Flea Market has over 500 vendors, who sell new and vintage items such as arts, crafts, apparel, home décor, tools, toys, electronics, sporting goods and others.

The flea market in Monroe also has half a dozen food stands for its 4,000-12,000 customers during the weekends.

Al Bell – CEO of Levin Service Company, who is the current owner of Treasure Aisles Flea Market, said: “We’re very excited to have United Flea Markets on board as the new ownership team of Treasure Aisles Flea Market.

“We feel very confident in the new team’s vision to vastly invest in and improve the market experience while continuing to provide our valued customers a great place to shop.”

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