Giant consignment sale of children's clothes and more

Philadelphia - Sept. 26, 2008

The Kid's Kloset Swap is the brainchild of two Doylestown stay-at-home Moms. Twice a year, they rent a space and invite up to 80 consigners to get together and sell their gently used children's clothing, toys and books.

The consigners price the items themselves and get 60% of the purchase price. The two Moms who started the concept and run the sale keep 40%.

Volunteers work at the sale, so the consigners don't have to stay the whole time. Those volunteers get first dibs on shopping before the sale opens to the public, followed by the consigners.

Once the sale is over, the consigners simply pick up their unsold items and wait for their checks to arrive.

This year's Fall Sale is Sept 27 & 28 at the Central Bucks Senior Citizens Center at 700 N. Shady Retreat Road. The hours are 8 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday.

Most of the consigner spots are already full, but with all those items in one place, there are sure to be bargains!

Thanks to Saving With 6abc viewer "c.d. ardis" who posted information about this sale on our message board!

For more information about the sale, go to Kid's Kloset Swap

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