The Consignment Sale That Started It All!

Each Kid’s Closet Connection consignment sale is like a spacious, organized  walk-in closet chock-full of gently used kids’ clothing, furniture, maternity items and toys just waiting to be bought!

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Our consignment sales events are top-drawer, bursting at the seams because we connect the best consignors with the savviest shoppers who want to save up to 90% off retail!   People who are selling their gently used kid clothing, furniture, toys and maternity items can bring their items for buyers to purchase – – all without working the sale!

What started as a small sale in 2004 by Kid’s Closet Connection founders Sharon and Chris Smitka, is the one that sparked a franchise that includes nearly 50 other sales – – from the eastern seaboard of Pennsylvania to the western coast of California.

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At the Overland Park, Kansas, sale – – as well as all of our other consignment sales events – – you will find an ever-changing selection of gently-used items for children – – clothing, furniture, toys and maternity items.

The Overland Park Kid’s Closet Connection consignment sale starts this week and  has grown to include around 600 families selling items in 30,000 square-feet of space at the Overland Park Convention Center.

At Kid’s Closet Connection sales, you will find:

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Gently used kid and teen clothing.

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Furniture and toys.

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And maternity items!

The Kid’s Closet Connection franchise is one of the fastest growing consignment businesses in the United States and also recently named a TOP 50 Franchise in 2014, as awarded by Franchise Business Review.

The Smitkas started Kid’s Closet Connection because they know it’s serious business when you’re trying to raise a family on a tight budget. They started their own consignment sales events to be able to bring the community together – – help families sell their gently-used children’s items – – clothing, furniture, toys and maternity  – –  to people who want to buy them at a FRACTION of retail costs.

It’s easy to  become part of the Kid’s Closet Connection family – – whether you are selling items, shopping for bargains, volunteering at sales events or want to be your own boss and have a franchise – –  there’s a place for you at our sales.

Come see for yourself and shop the Kid’s Closet Connection sale that started it ALL:

March 25 through the 29th at the Overland Park Convention Center, 6000 College Boulevard in  Overland Park, Kansas.

Then put the rest of the Kid’s Closet Connection consignment sales on your calendar to be able to buy (and sell!) even more gently used kid clothing, furniture, toys and maternity items.

March 25 – 29         Overland Park, Kansas

March 27 – 29         Des Moines, Iowa

March 28 – 30         Washington County, Maryland; Blue Springs, Missouri; St. Joseph, Missouri, Clarke County, Virginia

April 3 – 5                 Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

April 3 – 6                 Gardner, Kansas

April 4 – 6                 Franklin County, Pennsylvania; Rapid City, South Dakota, Butler County, Pennsylvania; Lawrence, Kansas

April 9 – 12               Leavenworth, Kansas

April 10 – 12             Chandler, Arizona; Joliet/Orland Park, Illinois; NE Indianapolis; Topeka, Kansas; Warrensburg, Missouri; Loudoun County, Virginia; Lee’s Summit, Missouri

April 11 – 13             Cumberland  County, Pennsylvania

April 24 – 26             Seward County, Kansas

April 25 – 27             Jefferson County, West Virginia

May 8 – 10                Columbia, Missouri; Sedalia, Missouri

May 9 – 10                Fayetteville, North Carolina

May 9 – 11                Frederick County, Maryland

May 21 – 24              Kansas City Northland, Missouri

May 22 – 24              Dauphin County, Pennsylvania

September 12 – 14            NW Montgomery County, Maryland

2 Responses to “The Consignment Sale That Started It All!”

  1. Cassandra Weeks says on March 26th, 2014 at 6:37 am

    If we have items to sell do we just bring y hem with us to the event? Or how does that work exactly? You will b in my town this week, so was curious to how it worked before I head out to check out the event… tnx Cassandra Weeks

  2. kidscloset says on March 27th, 2014 at 9:34 pm

    Thanks, Cassandra!

    You need to sign up for a time to drop off items for a particular sale. Choose “Find a sale” tab. Then select “Consign” (on the right) of the sale you want to participate in. Login with your consignor information. Then you will be able to make tags and click the “Select a drop-off time” link. If you’re still having difficulties, please contact the sale owner. Thanks, again!

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