March 5, 2012
It's a bargain hunting parent's paradise.
"It's kind of like a clothing exchange, we have 275 consignors that bring their clothing, toys and baby equipment and we have it all priced and tagged and ready to go," said Karen Chang, a sales director.
Each item goes through a screening process at the Here WEE Grow Again Consignment Sale.
"We inspect everything to make sure the quality people are getting is high," said Chang.
Consignors receive 65 percent of what the item sells for.
"You get to clean our your closets which is a really big thing for families today, in doing so you are able to earn some extra money," said Chang.
Many parents know, in just a little bit of time, their child will grow from one size to another.
"It is really beneficial for us because buying a full wardrobe for the kids for every season is a big hit on the pocketbook. Coming here saves us a lot of money and actually a lot of time too because everything here is in one room," said John Hamel, a parent of three.
Discount Days allow customers to get an additional 75 percent off bargain prices.
In today's economy, people are trying to make ends meet and saving money on kids' clothing is one way to do it.
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