Carrie has worked at RCTP since October 2009. Her past experience and great sense of humor makes for a perfect fit as Manager. She is passionate about people, and art runs in her family. Her Dad and Daughter are both talented artists. Carrie paints with decor in mind, and loves painting furniture. Originally from the Ozark Foothills in Southern Missouri, hiking and the love of nature are still in her heart. Since moving to Tulsa several years ago, she loves the local music scene. 


Andrea has worked at RCTP since July of 2002. Married for 46 years, has 2 children and two incredible Grandkids. Finding junk and traveling are top priority. Retired after 33 years of working for Getty Oil, Texaco and Chevron, she still finds time to volunteer (for the last 10 years) at the Iron Gate Food Mission. 


Rick came in February of 2009. He loves to eat healthy and work out at the YMCA. Along with his many extraordinary items, Rick and Tracy, his wife of 21 years own the Spice Market booth at RCTP, which they also display at the Cherry Street Farmers Market. He has turned his hobby of junking into a full time career, and has been featured in the National book "Room Recipes". Rick's incredible talent at displaying items in our vignettes is legendary.


Yvette originally started at RCTP in 2005, left for a while, came back and now we can't seem to shake her. She loves gardening, traveling, outdoor activities and her lovable dogs. Has a great fun attitude and knows where every fire extinguisher in the store is located! 


Amy is a native Tulsan and mother of three. She began working at RCTP in September of 2016 after being a stay at home Mom for 20 years. She enjoys cooking, reading and beach time. Learning the art of upholstery several years ago she loves breathing new life into vintage pieces. 


Greg is a native Tulsan and is raising his two sons with wife, Wendy. He is a long time musician and artist/artisan specializing in decorative concrete furniture and design. Greg enjoys writing music, coaching his son's sports, junking, classes at OSU American Studies, and walking his malamute. If you ever see Greg a bid desheveled at work it's because he wears many hats but continues, undaunted in his pursuit to keep rockin in the free world!


Kim has always been passionate about fashion and retail. After attending OSU, she operated a Tulsa consignment boutique for 22 years. When not scouring the Tulsa area for fascinating items to repurpose, Kim likes to spend time with her family and work our at the gym. 


Don't be surprised if you see Maggie Lieberman sashaying down the aisles at River City. Dance is in her blood. She has a Dance Degree from UCO. She is a personal trainer and dance teacher. A native Tulsan, Maggie gained an appreciation for vintage items as a small child going to the Tulsa Flea Market and garage sales with her Grandparents.


Amanda Barth joined the River City Family in July of 2018. She and her husband Brian have two dogs, Maggie and Penny. Amanda is a native Tulsan who has worked in the vintage and resale industry for the past 10 years. She has been thrifting as long as she can remember. Her Dad has always been a collector, so she started going to to flea markets and garage sales with her parents as a young child. In order to stay on point with current trends she follows several Thrifting Blogs and Instagram Feeds. Amanda has a good eye for what will sell, she says she just buys what she would like to have in her own home or closet. She has a passion for vintage fashion. Right now she loves vintage band and concert t shirts. When not working at River City or shopping, Amanda enjoys photography and editing photos.