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Mother-daughter duo hosting first consignment sale

Kaitlin Servant, right, and her mother, Nancy Lucier, will host their first ever Kids Consignment Sale on April 8-10. (click for larger version)
March 23, 2011
STURBRIDGE — There are many differences between the northern and southern parts of the United States, one of which is the popularity of consignment sale events.

After visiting Raleigh, N.C., and viewing a massive consignment event held there, the mother-daughter team of Nancy Lucier and Kaitlin Servant is looking to bring a piece of the south to central Massachusetts.

Lucier and Servant will host their first ever Village Kids Consignment Sale from April 8-10 at the American Legion Hall in Sturbridge. Residents are encouraged to find gently used children's clothing, toys, and other items they would like to sell, tag these items according to specific guidelines, and drop them off at American Legion Hall prior to the sale. All proceeds will be split 70/30 between consignors and Village Kids Consignment, and all unsold items can be retrieved by the seller or donated to a local charity.

"This is a great opportunity to clean out your closets by selling your gently used children's clothing and gear," Servant said. "Consignors also get to shop a pre-sale for the best deals."

For more on this story, please see tomorrow's Southbridge Evening News.

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