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For those who are interested, The American Pickers want to see your stuff.

Well, not exactly. But if it’s good and priceless, Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz might be coming with cash. The History channel series ‘American Pickers’ is returning to North Carolina after a five-year hiatus in search of new collections to pick through.

The crew last visited in 2016 with stops in Coats and Forest City. According to Wilmington StarNews, the show was  previously taped in Concord, Hamptonville, Salisbury and Waynesville as well. Wolfe and Fritz are expected to be in The Tar Heel State around mid-March taping episodes for their highly-popular television show. Cineflix, the production company for the series, is asking for submissions of collections to feature.

‘American Pickers’ is one of longest-running shows on History to air over the past two decades. The scripted series  travels to the back country roads of North America seeking out forgotten relics of the past and valuables to flip for profit. The show gives a backstory of the area, along with a bit of historical value for the item they find on the way.

The show only wants to see non-commercial private collections. Anything open to the general public is not eligible for consideration.

Anyone interested in being on the show, please call 1-855-653-7878, or email AmericanPickers@cineflix.com.

 

History’s ‘American Pickers’ coming to North Carolina in March  was originally published on wbt.com