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Where to advertise furniture for sale

09/24/2012 10:24 PM

Where is the best place to advertise furniture for sale on Shelter island? Craigslist does not seem to have any listings. Where do locals look on the East end?

 
 
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    First off advertise in this newspaper....(Times Review) I think all the advertisements go into SF, NR andShelter Island....and Craigs list, just put East End Long Island....I've done both...and have been sucessful...Hope this helps...

    09/28/2012 2:25 PM | 9 Votes

     

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