Keep Calm and Keep Tagging ! Kid’s Closet Connection

We want you tagging along with Kid’s Closet Connection!

While it’s too late for tagging for these sales:

August 3 – 6                         Overland Park, Kansas

August 4 – 6                         Northwest Phoenix, Arizona         

August 4 – 7                         Howard County (SE), Maryland; Blue Springs, Missouri

August 5 – 8                         North Gwinnett County, Georgia

The back-to-school Kid’s Closet Connection sale season has just begun!

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As the summer winds down, and back-to-school sales gear up – – we’re tagging you for these easy tutorials to get your tagging done for Kid’s Closet Connection events!

After you’ve signed up to consign with Kid’s Closet Connection, it’s time to prepare your gently-used items for tagging…

Before tagging, make sure each item is:





After your gently-used items are ready for tagging, YOU are the one who sets your own prices, because of Kid’s Closet Connection’s specially-designed system…

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After pricing items, it’s time to print out tags…


After following this step-by-step video,  here is an example of what a page of tags looks before you cut them apart and attach each to its specific item:


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One of the best ways to gauge what items sell – – and for how much – – is to be one of the volunteers at Kid’s Closet Connection events. Not to mention: volunteers  are most often rewarded by being able to bring home a great percentage of their total sales!

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Tagging for Kid’s Closet Connection sales is an easy, intuitive process. Remember, the more items you bring, potentially, the more items you sell. You can’t make money off gently-used kids’ items that are sitting in the back of their closets!


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