KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- The Junior League of Knoxville's 12th annual Tinsel & Treasure returned this weekend.
Shoppers were able to browse and buy from more than 100 vendors from across the country. Products ranged from clothing and jewelry to art and holiday décor.
Money collected through admission fees will stay in east Tennessee.
"Money that is raised goes back to organizations the Junior League of Knoxville supports. We support over 20 different organizations and those are mainly having to deal with women in children in our community," said Ashley Swor.
A man cave was also set up, so some guests could watch the weekend football games without missing a play.
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