Jim & Jan Culberson of Melbourne, Florida
Jim & Jan Culberson made the trek from their home in Melbourne, FL to attend our show. The Culberson's are no strangers to the militaria show circuit and set-up at several other militaria shows around the country to include the large shows like the MAX and SOS to smaller venues like the shows in Atlanta, Biloxi, Huntsville and Raleigh, to name a few. Jim is not foreign to Texas having lived in Houston. He and his wife travel frequently to the Lone Star State to set-up at the Dallas Gun Show, the Houston Gun and Militaria Collector Show, as well as, the Fort Worth Militaria Show. We hope that they will add the ACME Show into their busy show schedule.
John Kalvelage of Dallas/Fort Worth
John Kalvelage holds a very nice Luftwaffe paratrooper helmet which is just one of the many items he had for sale. John is a native of Texas, golf-pro and an alumni of University of Texas at Austin. John is also no stranger to the militraia show circuit and is a regular supporter and a good friend of the ACME Show. "Hook 'em Horns"!
Tom Malhosky and Ed Thomas of Central Texas
Tom Malhosky and Ed Thomas were both set up at the show. Tom and Ed are two Central Texas dealers. Here they are sharing a laugh and swapping war stories of their exploits as US Army attack helicopter pilots in Vietnam. Tom is the proprietor of the Military Art Shop (www.militaryartshop.com) and Ed is the owner of Major Dad’s Military Antiques.