- Anyone who has kid items to sell can register to be a consignor through April 11.
- Consignors receive 70 percent back from every sale and are responsible for tagging, hanging and pricing their own merchandise. The Here We Grow Again website provides plenty of help in all those areas.
- Volunteers receive $10 credit at the sale for every three hours they work.
- Consignors and volunteers have the added bonus of attending a private presale April 12 prior to the consignment sale opening to the public.
- Items put up for sale are thoroughly inspected. No rips, stains or broken toys are allowed.
- Items include clothing from newborn to junior sizes, shoes, toys, sporting equipment, books, movies, strollers, high chairs, nursery décor, furniture, maternity clothes and more.
- Anything that doesn’t sale can be reclaimed by the consignor. However, anything not claimed in a specified number of days becomes donated.
Fairgrounds to host huge kids consignment sale April 13-15
Posted on April 1, 2012 at 11:00 PM
When I heard Hendricks County would play host to a humongous kids consignment sale, the first thing I thought of was my wife. She is as cost conscious as they come and is always looking for a good deal, which makes her a perfect match for me, your quintessential impulse buyer. As I learned more about Hendricks County’s first-ever Here We Grow Again children’s consignment sale, which will be held April 13-15 at the Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds, 1900 E. Main St., Danville, Ind., I determined this really is a win-win for everyone involved. For those who don’t know how consignment sales work, here’s a quick tutorial with specifics about the Here We Grow Again sale: