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Green Jeans will have a fall sale season on Wednesday, September 26 at their Lake Norman location, 17105 Kenton Drive, Cornelius. Clothing, shoes, jewelry, handbags and accessories will be on sale for up to 90 percent off retail. New this season, Green Jeans has added a second half price day at both the Lake Norman and Fort Mill locations.

In addition to the consigned goods, local vendors will also be showcasing their wares at each location: Pampered Chef, Thirty-one Bags, Mary Kay, Scentsy, Rodan & Fields, Holcomb Hand Crafted Jewelry, Biltmore Inspirations, Tastefully Simple, Initials Inc. and Kim’s Custom Designs Handcrafted Jewelry.

Lake Norman Shopping Event

Wednesday, September 26 – Saturday, September 29

17105 Kenton Drive, Cornelius (near Brusters Ice Cream)

Shopper Hours

Wednesday, September 26 9am-8pm

Thursday, September 27 9am-8pm

Friday, September 28 9am-8pm*

Saturday, September 29 8am-1pm*

*Friday & Saturday are 1/2 Price Days

Fort Mill, SC Shopping Event

Wednesday, October 3 – Saturday, October 6

1400 Convention Drive, Fort Mill (behind Regent Park)

(minutes from Carolina Place Mall & Carowinds)

Shopper Hours

Wednesday, October 3 10am-7pm

Thursday, October 4 10am-7pm

Friday, October 5 10am-7pm*

Saturday, October 6 8am-1pm*

*Friday & Saturday are 1/2 Price Days

Want to consign? There is a $10 registration fee and all consignors earn 65 percent, and up to 75 percent if they volunteer at the event. Consignors and volunteers are invited to shop before the public at the VIP Pre-Sale on Tuesday, September 25 in Lake Norman and Tuesday, October 2 in Fort Mill. Consignors and volunteers must register online at http://www.greenjeanssale.com/.

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