WHAT TO BRING
If you have children’s clothes sizes 0, 3 and 6 months, ladies BOUTIQUE, ladies BOUTIQUE purses, maternity clothes, and scrubs please bring them during THE FIRST RECEIVING DAYS!! This is because we will LIMIT them or NOT TAKE THEM during RELOAD DAYS. We want you to be sure and get them in for the sale, so bring them first! This is the only way we can make sure that each consignor brings the limited number for each of these items.
PREPARING NON CLOTHING ITEMS
Large items “New in Box”: MUST be set up to ensure all pieces are included.
Equipment/Furniture: Will need to be set up securely.
Batteries in Items: Are required for all LARGE equipment such as bouncy seats, electronic pack n’ plays, exersaucers, jumperoos, walkers, etc. Place inexpensive (Dollar Store) batteries in your toys to help them sell better. Adding 50 cents to your items can reimburse your supply cost, while improving your chances of selling that item.
For safety concerns cribs, pack-in-plays, baby swings, etc. MUST be fully assembled by consigner at receiving and any accompanying small items securely attached! • PLEASE double check games & puzzles to make sure they are complete ~ NO MISSING PIECES!
Make sure any electronic items work like new and have all necessary components.
Children’s DVD’s must have covers AND must allow to be discounted on 50% off days~ if not, they will be donated!
PLEASE check DVD’s to make sure they are in the correct case and for scratches because they may not play!
Maternity: All sizes. Must be maternity brands, correct season and current styles.
Scrubs: All sizes and current styles and season.
Children’s clothes: Newborn up to size 20.
Ladies BOUTIQUE ONLY: 0-16
Junior Girl: Size 00 – Juniors 17. See Brand & Style Restrictions Below.
Young Men: XS – Men’s large, up to 16½ neck & size 36 waist. See Restrictions Below.
Shoes: Newborn to Junior and current styles only.
WHAT TO BRING
It is the CONSIGNOR’S RESPONSIBILITY, as seller of the items, to make sure none of their items have been recalled. Each consignor will be required to bring a signed waiver to drop-offs accepting the liability of the items they bring, and stating they have ensured that none of their items are recalled or do not meet safety standards. The easiest way to check for a recall is to call the manufacturer directly, or to look the item up on the manufacturer’s website.
You can also call or use the CPSC (Consumer Product and Safety Commission) website to check for recalls at http://www.cpsc.gov/en/Recalls/
The waiver, along with the seller agreement can be copied by clicking here