'American Pickers' to film in Kitsap County

The treasure seekers of the History Channel's popular television show "American Pickers" are looking for filming locations in Kitsap County.

"We're looking for interesting characters with interesting items .. .and lots of them," said Cristin Cricco, the show's producer.

"Our favorite picks feature multiple buildings crammed with piles of cool stuff," Cricco added.

The reality television show — now in its fourth season — features "pickers" Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, who scour barns, garages, junkyards and other potential stockpiles of forgotten relics across the country.

Producers of the show said they are looking for Kitsap County residents with movie and music memorabilia, sports memorabilia and basically any other oddball, one-of-a-kind or interesting historical item imaginable.

They are only looking for people with large collections, but they don't target antiques malls, auctions, shps or flea markets.

Also, they are not currently looking for fine furniture, farming or agricultural equipment, Depression glass, pottery or appliances.

For more information, contact Cristin Cricco at Cineflix Productions via the show's website at

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