FREE Consignor 101 Class July 15th

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Have you wanted to participate in a consignment sale, but didn't know where to begin? Have you participated in a sale, but were disappointed in the results?

Then this FREE Consignor 101 class is for you!

Tags N Pins Consignment Tagging Service & Best Dressed for Less Kids Consignment Event will be hosting a free consigning class on Friday, July 15th, 2016 7-8pm in a private meeting room at the Life Center at Fountain of Life Church 2035 Columbus Rd in Burlington Township NJ. Just follow the Consigning 101 Signs once you enter the lobby of the Life Center.

Noel from Tags N Pins will discuss what sells at consignment sales, how to make your items more attractive to shoppers, how to price your items, and other consigning tips. Colleen & Kris of BDFL will also be present to answer your questions and sell tagging supplies and hand out event postcards to share.

We hope you can join us! If you would like to attend the class, please RSVP on this page and SHARE with your friends. We want to do all we can to ensure ALL BDFL consignors have a fabulous and successful consigning experience. We are limited to 30 attendees in our meeting room so don't wait!

Tagging Supplies will also be available for purchase at this class. We offer the following tagging supplies (Cash or check payments only will be accepted for supplies):

100 wire hangers = $6.50
200 2 inch safety pins = $3.50
35 sheets of 90 lb cardstock paper
(enough to print 210 BDFL tags) = $3.50
Tagging Gun with 1,000 plastic barbs = $14.00
Replacement Barbs for Tagging Gun (500) = $3.50

IMPORTANT INFO: To get a better idea how many people will truly be attending July 15th 7-8 pm we will be releasing a link to register for FREE tickets through Eventbrite on Wed July 13th at 9am. We will be posting a link on this page early that morning. PLEASE only sign up for a ticket if you are sure you are going to attend Consignor 101 Class on July 15th 7-8pm. We are limited to 30 attendees and with so many interested in attending would hate for a spot to be filled but not used.

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