A ribbon cutting was held by the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce for Hwy 69 Trading Post on July 9th. They are located at 203 N. Jackson St. in Jacksonville, Texas. The “re-opening” was held to celebrate the stores’ one year anniversary and to familiarize the community with their newly expanded inventory.

Hwy 69 Trading Post now carries antique and vintage furniture, Theodore Haviland china, Watson sterling silver, Blue Danube, J.G. Meakin, Franciscan, Red Cliff, Churchill and Metlox dishware. They also have Federal glass, crystal stemware, Fostoria, Limoges, Egyptian perfume bottles, German steins, paintings and other wall art, tea carts and tea services, cast iron, barn wood furniture, used appliances, tools, collections of The Wizard of Oz items and Coca Cola items and much more.

For more information and hours call Billy Bateman (903) 284-1710




About the Ribbon Cutting

When you become a new member one of the first things we will do is schedule a ribbon cutting.  The Chamber staff will send an invitation to the Warm Welcome Committee and Chamber Board members to attend the ceremony.  The photo will be included in the Chamber Chatter (E-Newsletter), Chamber website, local media and Chamber’s Facebook.