The thrift shop turned million-dollar company turns 40 this year and plans on celebrating in style. The Tucson-based Buffalo Exchange will be touring the country in a 1969 Airstream trailer turned vintage pop-up shop, making stops at many of their locations across the U.S. (there are 49 total, including franchise operations in Colorado).

In addition to being filled with vintage goodies for sale, the trailer will be decked out with BE history such as throwback photos of founder Kerstin Block and the beginnings of the original store. The thrift shop on wheels will be departing from Buffalo Exchange’s flagship store in Tucson, Arizona on March 7, and making two stops in Houston: March 26 at the Montrose location and March 27 at the Rice Village location.

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