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Local Business Owner Dr. Ken Rivenbark, Named to NSBA Leadership Council

Huntsville – Dr. Ken Rivenbark, owner of Rivenbark & Roper Antiques in Huntsville, Alabama was recently named to the National Small Business Association (NSBA) Leadership Council Advisory Board. NSBA is the nation’s oldest small-business advocacy organization and operates on a staunchly nonpartisan basis. Rivenbark, a recognized leader in the small-business community, joins the NSBA Leadership…

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High-end antique gallery expanding downtown

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High-end antique gallery expanding downtown Lucy Berrylberry@al.com A well-known antique dealer is moving his business this spring to a new spot in downtown Huntsville. Rivenbark and Roper Antiques, an antique gallery owned by Ken Rivenbark, will open in early April on 313 Jefferson St. between Randy Roper Interiors and Railroad Station Antiques. The store specializes…

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Relative passes down love of antiques to gallery owner

Rivenbark and Roper – The Story from Ken Rivenbark on Vimeo. HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Look around your home. Is there a special piece of furniture or something that belonged to a loved one? We often hold onto those so we can pass them down to our children. But sometimes, they find new owners who love them…

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Premiere Gallery Exhibition of Artist Danielle Damson

Rivenbark & Roper Antiques will host the premiere gallery exhibition of Huntsville artist Danielle Day Damson and works by the noted Madison artist Ann Moeller Steverson starting Monday, May 2 and running through Saturday, May 14, 2016. The incredible exhibition will present works in a most sophisticated manner. The gallery is open Monday through Fridays from…

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1935 Book Inspires Mark Singer Art Exhibit at Rivenbark & Roper Antiques

By Pat Ammons, AL.com June 25, 2012, The Huntsville Times HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – Ken Rivenbark is always looking for interesting items for his antique store, and he likes old books, especially ones about Alabama and Huntsville history. One recent find, however, provided more than a book to sell in his shop. It became the inspiration…

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