Consignor and Volunteer Registration Open for the 10th Semi-Annual Half-Pint Resale!

We hope you are planning on joining us the weekend of September 7-9 at the Madison Curling Club.  We heard great feedback from folks from the last sale about the increase in space and we’re excited to be there again, with all kinds of small changes that will hopefully make the sale bigger and better.  ((Interested in learning more about Curling?  Check out the Learn 2 Curl Clinics!))

Have you been to Half-Pint Resale?  It’s the area’s largest children’s consignment sale, with items for kids ages 0-12,  pregnant mommas, and new parents.   With tens of thousands of items sold in just three days, local families can put their gently used goods back into the community and some money back in their pockets, and shoppers get great deals, knowing that their dollars are heading right back into the community.   Because of our commitment to the community, we just joined Dane Buy Local and hope to introduce you to other great local and community centered businesses through their wide network.

Let’s get the sale on your calendar!  You’ll note a few changes in the calendar from the last sale.  A longer volunteer presale (allowing for folks to vary when they arrive, and how long they stay), a bit later consignor presale (making it easier to come after you or your partner’s work day), as well as a FULL DAY OF SATURDAY PUBLIC SALE SHOPPING that starts earlier in the morning for your thrifty early-birds, and extends late enough into the evening that allows you to spend the daytime with your fam, and your early evening catching bargains.   Finally, you can find even more good deals running into Sunday during the Half-Price sale.  For those of you shop our presales, we highly recommend taking a second look at the sale post the presales because there are things you’ll never see until they are unearthed!

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

For those of you who are new to consigning, check out the Consigning area of our website for loads of info that will explain how it all works, and learn about all of the fabulous perks of consigning (including 70% of your sales, and a special pre-sale all for you!).    Make sure you look through the Tagging Guidelines and our What to Sell documents on this same page.

For you veteran consignors, make sure you note that all tags must be printed with the newer Tag Template (new as of Spring 2012), and that all tags must have barcodes, printed using our online system.

Barcodes you say?  Once you are registered through our online system, you be able to print out barcodes that correspond with your specific Consignor Number and the Price.  Barcodes are then copied easily onto labels.  Labels are affixed to our new tags (that are quite similar to the old tags), giving you the flexibility to tag with a glass of wine in front of the TV or with a gaggle of friends (you can see where our priorities continue to lie, hey?).

For those of you wondering – (are the new barcodes a pain?) – I can tell you this story – we had a consignor show up two hours before the end of check-in without barcodes.  She went home, barcoded ALL of her tags (having never even logged into the system before that moment) and came back before check-in was over.   You can do it!

REGISTER NOW!

NEW CONSIGNOR REGISTRATION
(only for those who have
 NEVER been assigned a Half-Pint Consignor #)

RETURNING CONSIGNOR REGISTRATION
(for anyone who has EVER been assigned a Half-Pint Consignor #)
Your number is your past Consignor number MINUS the letters.
Your password is the last name which you registered with at the last sale.
Having problems logging in?   Contact us and we’ll help!)

WHAT ELSE?

Volunteer!  Want in during that first presale?  We have a lot of fun, so you should Join us!

Help us spread the word about the sale!  Printable Posters, postcards and more.

If you haven’t already, make sure you join our email list and friend us on Facebook so that you can get in on fun contests and find more ways to get your pre-Half-Pint fix!

We’re excited to see y’all again!

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