Brainchild of Stay-at-Home Moms, Semi-Annual Kids Consignment Sale Returns for 6th Year in Greenwich

Screen Shot 2016-02-24 at 5.48.50 PMTiny Tots opened Consignor registration for the sixth annual Spring Sale to be held April 12 through 16 at 471 North Street in Greenwich is open.

A registration form for the New Mom Pre-Sale is also available online, shoppers can only attend this event once and are able to bring one guest. Link to New Mom Pre-Sale registration form.

Volunteers are given the first opportunity to shop the sale on Tuesday, April 12 from 5:00 pm until 9:00 pm and later Consignors will be able to shop that same night from 7:00 pm until 9:00 pm.

New Moms and Grandparents who register in advance will have exclusive access on Wednesday, April 13 from 5:00 pm until 9:00 pm.

On Thursday, April 14 the sale will be open to the public featuring a Diaper Drive from 7:00 pm until 10:00 pm and shoppers can gain entrance by bringing an unopened bag/box of diapers or making a $5 monetary donation to benefit a local nonprofit organization.

On Friday, April 15 the sale will run from 5:00 pm until 9:00 pm and on the last day, Saturday, April 16 10:00 am until 2:00 pm, any items registered as Discount will be marked 50% off during the last day of the sale. At the end of the event any unsold items registered as Donate will be given to a local nonprofit organization.

“We specialize in infant and children’s clothing size newborn to size 12, toys, baby gear, maternity clothes and more,” said Annie Schreck who co-founded the event with her sister Mary Slaugenhoup after they had both started families.

Both stay-at-home moms were looking to save money while enjoying the experience of shopping for their children and saw potential for a business.

“The event is a great opportunity for families to cash in on the things their children have outgrown and get the things their children need at bargain prices,” Schreck said. “We only have the sale twice a year so we recommend keeping a running list of what’s needed and designating a storage area for items that will be consigned at Tiny Tots.”

Consigners can now start the tagging process at home from the Tiny Tots online system. The system was updated last year with new software to streamline the commerce process.

This spring, a new Drop & Go feature will be added to save time during Consignor drop off, consignors won’t have to wait in long lines when bringing their items to the Sale location.

Another way to avoid long lines during the sale is to volunteer explains Slaugenhoup. “Shoppers can avoid long lines by signing up to volunteer and shop during the first day of Pre Sale, a whole two days before the sale is public. Right now we’re in promotion mode and will soon need volunteers to help distribute yard signs throughout the county.”

Volunteer registration will open March 1, and a list of available shifts and job descriptions is now available online. Link to Volunteer information and signup.

Tiny Tots is a semi-annual consignment sale that was founded in 2011 by sisters and stay at-home-moms, Annie Schreck and Mary Slaugenhoup.

The highly anticipated five day event, known for having unbelievable prices on over 40,000 new and gently used items for moms, infants, toddlers and children, has grown to one of Connecticut’s leading consignment sales with participants and shoppers from across the Tri-State Area and New England. Special incentives are given to event Volunteers and Consignors who donate their unsold product. Visit Tiny Tots online for more information (tinytotsconsignment.com).

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