Tips 4 thrift, resale, consignment shops
Random resources to help secondhand merchants make their shops all they dream they can be! As recommended, researched, or just plain found by Kate Holmes, Resale Guru
How much spilling would this save, says TGtbT.com ? Keeping pins and paper clips handy (and pretty!) at your consignment, resale or thrift sales/ intake counter! Glue magnets to the bottom of a thrift store dish and use as a pin holder or a paper clip holder.
For years, Kate of TGtbT.com has written a monthly column for the resale industry’s members-only newsletter. Now, she’s gathered 14 of the most profit-driven columns into a collection. An excellent business reference, and perfect for staff reading as well.
Your swing shop in your foyer doesn't need to be elaborate... it just needs to set the mood for what you want to sell today in your consignment, resale, thrift shop. TGtbT.com says this example is from a Free People store, but doesn't need their big budget to do!
I KNEW there was a reason to keep vodka handy in your consignment, resale, thrift store. (Seriously, Too Good to be Threw thinks these Fashion Hacks might prove handy to AuntieKate.wordpr... followers!)
Having a booth? Ideas here: the assymetrical cloths, garland, ornate frame for the most important thing (AKA your logo!) and lots of pix of your consignment or resale shop, including of course, what it looks like as they come hinting for it! TGtbT.com is full of such ideas and tips!
Always give your customers a reason (justification!) to buy... and a smile says TGtbT.com You KNOW you want them