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Santa Pumpkin wants to say: Holidays in Resale are great!

Who loves a party? We do!

What gets us in a festive mood?

Decorations, doo-dads, dressing for holidays… the whole, real-life experience of being immersed in the holiday spirit. New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day, Easter, everyone’s birthday and anniversary and bridal showers and oh my!

Just thinking about a celebration, holiday, party, makes us smile.

And you don’t get that joy shopping at Amazon or any of those online consignment vendors…

So let’s USE the advantage 

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Make your merchandise POP
I lovelovelove this merchandise photo.

Why? ‘Cause it’s (more…)

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Our Kudos today go to Panache Home, one of 3 local businesses in Rochester NY owned by Joan Lincoln (read more.)

It’s so easy to snap a quick shot for your social media of a piece on your sales floor. Like

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Dressing room woes

More examples, this time in Irish stores….

One of the last decisions a clothing consignment or resale shop thinks is important….

is actually make-or-break.

According to DailyMail.com, female shoppers try on an average of 40,000 articles of clothing in their lifetimes, purchasing just one in seven. 

If you want to up the odds (more…)

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How many of your customers have mothers? Are mothers? Have people on their lives who are like mothers to them?

Changes are, 100%.

But heck, even if your stats are, say, only 86% have/are/love mothers….

that’s a whole lotta folks needing Mother’s Day Gifts Inspirations.

2018: Mother’s Day spending to reach $23.1 billion. According to NRF’s annual survey, 86 percent of Americans will celebrate Mother’s Day this year and spend an average of $180 per person.National Retail Federation

So let’s look at (more…)

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Visiting other shops is often like opening a little jewel box full of ideas.

Here’s some, from a furniture/ vintage/ antique resale shop, Perfect Pieces,  I visited recently:

Damaged table? Cut it in half and (more…)

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One of the best ways to get your business noticed on social media is to ride the wave of popularity… to talk about what everyone’s talking about. (more…)

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