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More than a typical consignment sale

Stay at home mom of four Meghan Fulk loves dressing her children in stylish, brand name clothing, but doesn't love the high end price tags. Frustrated when shopping at area consignment sales, she started The Posh Closet Fine children's Consignment Sale where all the clothes sold are high-end name brand, boutique and smocked.

The Posh Closet is a specialty consignment sale selling new and gently worn, higher end, name brand clothing and shoes that are in excellent condition as well as specialty accessories, toys, strollers and baby gear. Looking for that must-have authentic Coach or Petunia Pickle Bottom Diaper Bag? How about Matilda Jane, Janie and Jack, Persnickety, Kelly's Kids Gymboree, Gap, Mini Boden and many more boutique, smocked and home show brands?

This year's sale will be held March 1 & 2 at the South Charlotte Banquet Center (near Stonecrest shopping center), and they are looking for people to consign, volunteer, and shop till you drop!

To learn more about the sale, see the details below or visit their website: www.theposhclosetsale.com

Want to shop early to get the best merchandise and deals? Sign up to consign, volunteer or purchase a presale pass for $20.00. Presale passes are limited and 100% of the proceeds are donated to charity!
Spring 2013 Sales Dates:
March 1 & 2

Spring 2013 Sale Hours:
Friday, March 1st - Presale
7:00 pm consignors
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm - Presale passholders
Saturday, March 2nd - Public Sale (Free)
9am-4pm
5pm-8pm - 30% off sale* (Free)
*30% off items selected by consignors*
Location/Directions
South Charlotte Banquet Center
9009 Bryant Farms Rd Charlotte 28277
Shopping Information
Children and strollers are welcome at our sales. Bags and strollers may be checked as you exit. We accept cash, checks and Visa/Master Card/Discover. We do NOT take American Express. Pleases have ID if paying with checks or credit cards.

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