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American Pickers Is Coming Back To Oregon

Know someone with an awesome home collection?

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Do you like antiques? Do you know a neighbor or rich uncle holding on to an extraordinary amount of goodies? Well, they might be in luck. The History Channel's American Pickers is heading back to Oregon in April!
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The show is currently looking for leads regarding any unique or unusual items that might have never been on the show. With all of the great people in the Central Oregon community, there's bound to be someone with a collection and story to share!

If you know someone, or are someone interested in being featured on the show, contact American Pickers at 1-855-653-7878 or through email at AmericanPickers@cineflix.com.

Reminder: The show only picks private collections–not stores, malls, flea markets, museums, auctions, businesses or anything open to the public.

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