Introducing The Motherload Sale, a consignment event that helps families stay on budget by offering like new name-brand clothing and baby gear at a fraction of the retail price.
I first became acquainted with consignment sales when I started shopping for my first grandchild to help my daughter find like-new inexpensive clothing. It became a dream to start my own sea- sonal consignment sale and a way to provide clothing for those in need in the community. Starting The MotherLoad fulfilled both those dreams.
Consignors at The Mother Load can earn up to 70% of the selling price for their gently used children’s and maternity items, while shop- pers enjoy steep discounts on all their family needs. Families can easily participate by preparing their items and dropping them off at the sale location. For added convenience, there’s also a Busy Mom’s Tagging service where items are priced, tagged, and dropped off on behalf of the consigning families.
Why Consign At The Motherload?
Is it worth the time? Easy answer-YES! Mary said “I’ve kept track of my totals over nine sales to see if it’s worth my time and energy and it is. I’ve pocketed $6,956 and I have always sold at least 50% of the items I take to the sale.” Candance said “I also love the tagging and tracking system Denise has in place. It is so organized!”
Then, shoppers score amazing deals for their growing families! The MotherLoad pulls any items that are not appropriate for a children’s sale or do not meet their standards for quality so shoppers can be as- sured that their items have been thoroughly examined.
Everyone Wins At The Motherload!
In addition to consignors making money and shoppers saving money, the community also wins. Each sale, The MotherLoad works with a local non-profit organization and sends leftover donations from the sale directly into the hands of those who need it.
The MotherLoad is hosting their Fall Sale September 13th-17th at The West Side Irish-American Club in Olmsted Township. Visit www.TheMotherLoadSale.com for information on consigning, volunteering, becoming a vendor, shopping this event or fundraising for your non-profit.