What's New on the Flea Market

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Nobody at KBEC is quite sure when the Flea Market started.

Richard Tuck remembered doing the show in the mid 1960's. It evolved from a 1/2 hour show to its current 2 hour format. Ken Roberts, the general manger, suggested an hour and a half format back in the early 1980's. Today, Ken takes approximately 40 calls an hour helping listeners from Arlington to Waco sell everything from bunny rabbits to junk hauling to selling $400,000 homes.

We want to take the "flea market" to the next level and offer our listeners the opportunity to "SEE" the items we "buy, sell and trade" during the show. If you have an item that your interested in advertising, we will produce the ad for you.  Simply visit our Flea Market advertiser page and follow the prompts. If the computer scares you or you need technical help, we can cover that too! Simply call the station at 972-923-1390 ask for Ashley and she can help you through the process. You can also E-mail her at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it / The cost is minimal - we charge $20 and the item stays up unitl it is sold. We accept Paypal, major credit cards, and cash.