Pinballz owner to open collectibles shop in Lakeline Plaza

Collectors Crossroads is opening in the Lakeline Plaza Shopping Center on Nov. 22. (Courtesy Collectors Crossroads)
Collectors Crossroads is opening in the Lakeline Plaza Shopping Center on Nov. 22. (Courtesy Collectors Crossroads)

Collectors Crossroads is opening in the Lakeline Plaza Shopping Center on Nov. 22. (Courtesy Collectors Crossroads)

Collectors Crossroads, a collectibles and memorabilia shop, is opening in the Lakeline Plaza Shopping Center on Nov. 22, according to a spokesperson from the store. Darren Spohn, the founder of Austin-based arcade Pinballz, is opening the store.

“I have taken my passion for collecting pinball machines, video games, and pop culture memorabilia over the past 10 years and expanded it to the broader collectibles market," Spohn said in a press release from the business. “We are opening a retail store that caters specifically to collectors and investors, while also serving the casual enthusiast and shopper.”


The business focuses on antiquities, art, books, games, comics, handbags, maps, militaria, records and more. In addition to selling items, Collectors Crossroads buys and consigns unique collections. The shop also aims to host events and seminars so people can learn about collecting and memorabilia.

Collectors Crossroads is located at 11066 Lakeline Mall Drive., Ste. 9-L, Cedar Park. 512-593-5930. https://collectorscrossroads.com
By Marisa Charpentier

Reporter, Cedar Park | Leander

Marisa Charpentier joined Community Impact in September 2018. After working as an intern, she became a reporter for the Cedar Park | Leander edition in October 2018. Charpentier graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with degrees in journalism and Plan II Honors.



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