Why you should become a consignor? Seasonal consignment events are a fast-growing trend… why? Consignment is the smart way to make extra money and clean out your closets plus an even smarter way to shop. Anyone is welcome to consign, and a consignor keeps 65% of their sales. Typically a consignor makes twice as much as they would at a yard sale or consignment shop and invests much less time. Simply register before the event on our registration page. Then begin to enter all the items you wish to sell (step by step instructions). Bring the items to the drop-off day which, is typically the Tuesday of sale week.
How it works: Moms register to consign and then enter all their items into our system. Each consignor prices and tags their own items through our website, which generates barcoded tags for the individual consignor. The consignor then delivers their things to the event on Tuesday before the sale between 9 AM and 7 PM. Common Threads then displays these things in a retail-like setting for several days in Lewisburg, PA. The store is open to the public for 3-4 days of shopping. Consignors make 65% of their sales and, we pay 2-3 weeks after the sale by check. Consignors also have the opportunity to volunteer and shop the pre-sale!!
At the end of the sale, consignors will either pick up their leftover items on Friday between 7 pm -8 pm or donate the items to the organization of Common Threads choice. Most recently, we have donated our items to Manna Outreach of Mazepa and DWELL orphan care. Donations are going to our local community through these organizations.