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    Flea Markets in Cocoa

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    Business Listing   Jumping Flea Market - Cocoa, FL - Phone: (321) 636-9664

    Business Listing   Spacecoast Frontenac Flea Market - Cocoa, FL - Phone: (321) 631-0241

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    Helpful Definition for: Flea Markets

    A Flea Market, in Cocoa, is a type of market where usually second-handed goods are sold or exchanged. The products are far cheaper than those available in regular shops or markets. Factors like location of the market- part of the country, urban or rural area, popularity, economical condition of the local people, size of the market, etc., determine the quality of the products in the market.

    Such a flea market can exist indoors, for example in a school building or in a warehouse. It can also have an outdoor venue, such as an open field or under a tent.

    Patrons buy drinks & snacks from many food-vendors in the Flea markets, which may be associated with concerts or carnivals. Sale of counterfeit or imitation brand clothing, shoes, handbag, perfumes or accessories, pirated movies & music have been halted by targeting law enforcement efforts on the vendors of some Flea markets in Cocoa.

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