The SPRING Savvy Mom Sale will be March 11-14, 2015
If you aren't already a Savvy Mom Sale fan, then you are MISSING out on your chance to win SAVVY MOM SALE BUCKS!
CLEAR OUT THE CLUTTER & EARN CASH with The Savvy Mom Sale, LLC! That growing pile of untouched toys, children's clothing, & furniture and easily turn it into extra spending money or start a savings fund! It's the PERFECT solution for today's economy!
REGISTRATION LINKS FOR OUR UPCOMING SALE:
Do you enjoy working with other? Want to be one of the FIRST SHOPPERS? Then, pick your shift before they're gone. Plus, consignors who volunteer EARN MORE money!
< Use this button to register as consignor at our sale. Automatically receive your Consignor # and may immediately start prepping your items for our upcoming sale! Don't forget to sign up to volunteer to INCREASE your earnings.
< Log-in with your consignor # & password. Click "Register for Upcoming Sale." Mark any inventory as "active' if it qualifies for our Spring Sale. Forget your # or password? Simply use the bottom link in the new window.
Are you a 1st Time Parent or 1st Time Grandparent? Use the button to the left to register for a FREE Presale Pass to shop Tuesday, March 10 @ 7PM. The Pass will be emailed to you ONE time only.
Passes are limited 1 per person & will not be available once registration closes...so act quickly!
Please note: Children & Strollers are not permitted during Tuesday's PreSale Night; however, we look forward to seeing them during the remainder of our sale!
The Savvy Mom Sale, LLC was created to improve the Children's Consignment Sale experience for all of our shoppers & consignors. We were the first sale in our area to use automated barcodes and continue to improve each sale. Our goal is to provide the BEST service while supporting our local community.
NO GUESSWORK! Track daily sales online, & get a print out of sold items!
We value our shoppers & consignors! Thank you for your continued support!
Find FANTASTIC bargains on a variety of items, including:
SPRING Clothing: New & Gently Used Preemie - TEEN sizes! Spring clothing is considered attire that is appropriate for warmer weather, tank tops, short-sleeved tops, shorts, sundresses, swimsuits, or any other spring/summer-type clothing. L/S tops & pants will acceptable as long as they are spring-like, meaning not made of thick material. Jeans are acceptable. We will NOT be accepting: such as pants made of thick material, long-sleeved tops, sweaters, sweat suits, heavy coats & jackets, corduroy, velvet, leggings, winter hats, gloves, scarves, boots, etc. The ONLY exception to this seasonal rule is that we will accept ALL SEASONS of local School Uniforms & Children's Boutique items.
TOYS, TOYS, TOYS!!!
Baby Equipment: Exersaucers, Bouncers, Swings, Walkers, etc.
Outdoor Equipment: playhouses, tables, water/sand tables, slides, bikes, etc.
Children's Furniture & Room Decor
Strollers & Carriers
Books, DVDs, CDs
Games & Puzzles
Bassinets, Bedding & Accessories
Cribs (MUST be Made after June 2012 & can NOT be drop-side cribs)
Maternity Clothing & Nursing Wear
Dress-up & Dance Costumes
Practically EVERYTHING you need for babies, kids, & teens!!!
The Savvy Mom Sale, LLC was established to provide outstanding service to our local families & community. We strive for excellence in customer service & doing our part through our community outreach programs. This company values your opinions, comments, & suggestions. Please feel free to e-mail us: email@example.com.
For the latest sale news: Join The Savvy Mom Sale - Children's Consignment Sale (Spanish Fort, AL) group! And invite your friends & family, too!
81% of couples feel tense about junk in the house they don't use. Predictably, men hold onto electronics; women, clothes. -source: Kijiji.com & by American Baby Magazine (11/2008)
The Savvy Mom Sale, LLC is extremely grateful to Fox 10 news for featuring their sale on air. Thank you Sarah Wall & Fox 10 news for highlighting how consignment sales, like the Savvy Mom Sale, LLC can be a useful savings tool to for local families. Click here to view the article on their website.