Let the kids have a lemonade stand--they'll have fun and make some money too.Bring home empty Xerox boxes from the office or fruit boxes from the grocery to corral items you gather ahead of time for the yard sale.Use those round stickers you get from Staples to color code items ahead of time—make a sign showing what price each color means to simplify things for both you and the customer.Combine your stuff with those of a neighbor or two to make it easier to set up tables and enable you to take…See More
"Rita, I live on Riverview and will have a large amount of furniture, antiques and collectables for the yard sale. How do we pay for the signage? I can contribute if needed. I can be contacted at email@example.com"
"I have a ton of baby and kids stuff to get rid of and was planning a sale on either the 9th or 16. I think advertising will be key. Craigslist and Indy Moms for kids stuff. I have had garage sales the weekend of the Art Fair and…"
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Rita, I live on Riverview and will have a large amount of furniture, antiques and collectables for the yard sale. How do we pay for the signage? I can contribute if needed. I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your work on advertising yard sale~was a good day~purged a lot of stuff and made a bit of money. Great feeling to get the stuff out of the house. Please keep me on your list for distributing fliers next year~ Kathy Ansty
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