Kids Closet Sale offers nearly new kids items at discount prices
Moms with gently used strollers, car seats, outgrown toys or kid's clothing have a great way to make some extra cash by having The Kids Closet Sale do the work for them.
Danielle Andreas, coordinator of The Kids Closet Sale, a seasonal consigning sales event, tells everyone, "Start your spring cleaning and make some extra space for yourself while making some extra money at the same time."
Andreas is busy bringing the third Kids Closet Sale to the Lehighton Boys and Girls Band Hall, 197 N. Sixth St., Lehighton, April 8-9 from 10 a.m. to 6.p.m.
Consignors can sell their children's items with less work then some other options.
Whether consigning or shopping, Andreas is hoping to have everyone stop by the hall.
"Shoppers, if you love great deals and bargains on brand name items, come and shop with us during our two-day event where you will find loads of great deals you can't pass up," said Andreas. "You and your children will be ready for the spring and summer seasons."
Andreas said there will be seasonal clothing for newborns to junior, plus maternity clothing, baby equipment, toys, outdoor play, sports equipment, kid furniture and much more," she said. "Everything is inspected for quality, one piece at a time. It is all guaranteed to be in excellent condition or else it is turned away. You'll only find the best in brand name items at bargain prices with The Kids Closet Sale."
Andreas said that in the fall of 2010 some the consignors went home with $500-$1000 for their used children's items.