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Start Your Own Seasonal Children's Consignment Sale

Started this discussion. Last reply by Donna Kmetz May 7, 2011. 4 Replies

My partner and I have held a seasonal consignment sale for the past five years. We love it. Our business has grown from 21 consignors to 350 . The first sale was in my basement and now we fill the…Continue

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Donna Kmetz replied to Donna Kmetz's discussion 'Start Your Own Seasonal Children's Consignment Sale'
"I'm sorry you had trouble with the link.  Go to www.HereWeGrowAgainSale.com and click on "start your own sale".  Please let me know if you have other questions.  I'd love to help you get started.  Mary Jo"
May 7, 2011
Marla replied to Donna Kmetz's discussion 'Start Your Own Seasonal Children's Consignment Sale'
"Hi, the link doesn't work.  I'm interested to find out about this.   Thank you."
May 6, 2011
Donna Kmetz replied to Donna Kmetz's discussion 'Start Your Own Seasonal Children's Consignment Sale'
"We held our 13th sale last week.  We shattered all of our previous records with consignor regsitrations and total sales.  This is something every community needs.  Want to organize a sale in your community?  Want to make money…"
Apr 7, 2011
Donna Kmetz replied to Donna Kmetz's discussion 'Start Your Own Seasonal Children's Consignment Sale'
"Just a little update.  After one year, we have helped 25 other business owners start their own consignment sale.  How rewarding!  It is so fun to see others succeed using our proven advice and system. "
Jan 29, 2011
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Start Your Own Seasonal Children's Consignment Sale

My partner and I have held a seasonal consignment sale for the past five years. We love it. Our business has grown from 21 consignors to 350 . The first sale was in my basement and now we fill the culing club twice a year!We have decided to share our business with others and simply offer you the opportunity to do the same thing we do.Check us out at http://www.StartYourOwnSale.comLet us help you get started..See More
Jan 6, 2010
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