Outdoor Market Brings Big Business to Dysart


By Kayleigh Milas

DYSART, Iowa – This June Dysart had a sale that went beyond business walls. It was the Backroads Vintage Market and brought around 60 vendors into Dysart. The market sold a variety of vintage goods, antiques, baked items, quilts and repurposed goods. Painted Crow store owner Juli Pippert came up with the idea, and said it was so successful this year that they are already making plans for next year.

“There was just everything. Everything is different and unique. You don't go to one booth and see the same item over and over again,” said Pippert.

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