Monday, August 15, 2011
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Gwinnett Daily Post
Jan Amos helps her daughter Christy Parker sort through a cart full of clothes during the Kidsignments sale at the Gwinnett Fairgrounds in February. The semi-annual sale of gently used children’s clothes, toys and other home essentials by 1,400 different sellers returns this week.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Kidsignments, Gwinnett’s largest biannual consignment sale, is back at the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds with two warehouses full of merchandise for children and teens just in time for a new school year.
More than 1,400 vendors are selling gently used clothes, toys, strollers, books, and more at very low prices.
“I have six children — teenagers all the way down to a 4-year-old,” Estella Fenn-Murray of Snellville said. “I have to shop on a budget, so I have to shop here.”
If You Go
• What: Kidsignments Sale
• When: Aug. 16
to Aug. 20
• Where: Gwinnett Fairgrounds, 2405 Sugarloaf Pkwy, Lawrenceville
• For more information: visit www.kidsignments.com
Prices vary from $0.75 to $10 on clothes and up to $150 for large wooden and plastic toys. There are thousands of bargain books for a youngster’s library ranging from $1 to $3.50.
Everything has been thoroughly inspected before being put on the shelves. Any product that has been recalled in the past does not make the cut.
The sale ends Saturday.