Posts Tagged ‘kidswear’

Snowpeople come in all sizes at consignment, resale, and thrift storesLooking for something to keep little ones occupied, so their parents can shop in peace?

Or maybe you want to give the little ones something to take home?

You’re welcome to enjoy this all-winter-long HowToConsign.com coloring page and reproduce it to use in your shop, even if you have not chosen to be a Sponsor at HTC.

Please do not, however, remove the HTC branding on my gift to you. If you feel you don’t want to use the HTC PDF for whatever reason, simply find your own copyright-free coloring page graphic, save it, open up your word-processing program, resize and place, figure out a font and a saying, and create something similar to my creation for HowToConsign.com.

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KidBiz: It's Not Child's Play, a TGtbT Product for the Professional Resaler

Click to see KidBiz: It's Not Child's Play

Do you sell kidstuff? Show parents how much they can get for half the price in your shop!

Take a look at (more…)

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Everything goes with chocolate!Everything goes better with chocolate. Who doesn’t like chocolate (well, my stepsister, but she’s weird. Doesn’t like pizza either. Note, STEPsister.)

Coming into fall with its luscious warm colors, what better fun promotional event than exactly that:

Everything goes better with chocolate.

Gather up all your (more…)

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Now that Inez Tenenbaum, chairman of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, has declared that apparently (more…)

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keep kate close

Another interesting question in the mailbox:

Kristen, who owns a childrens’ consignment shop, wonders what to do…legally and morally…about items the Consumer Product Safety Commission has declared dangerous:

If a consignor comes in with a recalled item, should (more…)

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I've been meaning to tell youAnother I’ve been meaning to tell you… idea from elsewhere, ideas others explain so well:

Oh, these are JUST TOO GOOD if yours is a childrenswear consignment or resale shop:

every child gets, on his/her birthday, (more…)

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TV Turnoff week

Sept 20-26 2009 is TV Turnoff Week. How could you use this to make an event to be proud of, an opportunity to expand your customers’ horizons and (coincidentally but importantly) garner a little PR for your business?ClothesShopdrawnbykids

What can you do?

An aside: Your target demographic is not families with school-age children. Try Digital Detox Week… if you dare!

You could plan some after school into early evening activities for families, such as (more…)

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