Spring Cleaning: Declutter

Now that you’ve completed your annual spring cleaning, it’s time to simplify and declutter. Sometimes it can be hard to know where to start, or even what you might need to get rid of.

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We’ve compiled a list to help you get started on some items you can automatically throw out, as well as some items you might consider consigning at our shop:

Some items to toss:

  • Old magazines: Chances are you aren’t going to read them again.
  • Receipts, bills and documents: Throw away receipts for items you aren’t planning to return or that you won’t need at tax time.
  • Clothing: Use the two-year rule for clothes – get rid of items you haven’t worn in two years.
  • Books: Go through your bookshelves and get rid of books you haven’t touched in months or those you aren’t going to read or re-read.
  • Medicine and vitamins: Check out your medicine cabinet and clear out items that have expired or that you no longer have use for. (Before tossing in the trash – which isn’t safe – check and see if your local police department or pharmacy is holding a medicine drop event where you can safely dispose of expired or unused medicines, or check out fda.gov for proper disposal methods.)
  • Makeup and perfume: Clean out your beauty stash and toss anything too old or that you don’t use.
  • Jewelry: Get rid of broken costume jewelry or sell anything you don’t wear (to us!)
  • Food: Rummage through the pantry, fridge, and shelves and clear out items that are old, unused or downright questionable.
  • Memorabilia: If you have cards or other memorabilia scattered around without any purpose, check and see if there’s some you’re willing to part with. Save the super sentimental items and part with the rest
  • Old product boxes
  • Hangers from the dry cleaner’s/Plastic hangers from a retail store

Items to consider selling:

  • Extra dishware: Have an entire set of dishware or matching glassware that is sitting on a shelf in a China cabinet collecting dust? We’ll take a look at it.
  • Jewelry: If you don’t wear it there’s no use in keeping it. But we can probably find it a new owner if you bring it into the shop.
  • Rugs and home decor stashed in the garage or attic: If you haven’t used it because you’ve redecorated then it’s time for it to find a new home.
  • Knick knacks and other home decor that doesn’t make you smile when you look at it.
  • Holiday decor you never remember to put out.
  • Unused vases: You probably only need two or three (I mean, how often do you actually have fresh flowers in the house?) Send the rest our way and see if we can get you some extra cash!
  • Fancy serving bowls you haven’t used in the last year. Someone out there is going all-out for a dinner party next week and your dusty serving bowl is exactly what they’re looking for.
  • Artwork: You redecorated or your taste has changed and you’ve likely got some artwork stacked up in a closet. Dust it off and drop it by the shop where we’re always on the lookout for unique and popular artwork to add to our ever changing stock.

Once you’ve decluttered and decided what you no longer use or need. Come pay us a visit at Second Sale Consignments. We buy furniture, jewelry, art, housewares, decor, lighting and more. We also purchase silver, gold, single items or entire estates! So while you’re making your house a more inviting environment by getting rid of unused items, put some extra cash in  your pocket by consigning them to us!

Stay tuned for our next blog where we’ll give you some ideas for organizing and storing items in your home, to help you complete the whole spring cleaning process!

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Spring Cleaning: Deep Cleaning Tips

Your windows are open, the temps are warming up and there’s a delightful coating of bright yellow pollen on everything in sight. It must be spring! And that means it’s time to air out the house, freshen things up and do some spring cleaning.

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From decluttering to dusting, now is the time to get things in your house in order so you can spend the warmer spring and summer months outdoors, enjoying the weather knowing that your home is clean and orderly.

A traditional spring cleaning is usually considered a more rigorous cleaning, or as some would say, a deep cleaning. It’s more than just your typical dusting and mopping and includes things like washing curtains and cleaning your blinds (have you looked at those lately? Whew!)  We’ve compiled an abbreviated spring cleaning checklist to get you going:

Living room:

  • Remove all decor from shelves and dust.
  • Dust and clean glass on hanging pictures and frames.
  • Remove couch cushions and vacuum, fluff and replace pillows.
  • If cushions or pillows have removable covers, throw them in the washer and dryer.
  • Remove area rugs and shake out, vacuum all carpets and move furniture to reach underneath.
  • Wipe down baseboards and wash walls.
  • Dust all plants.
  • Dust ceiling fan blades, remove and wash light covers as needed.
  • Dust all light fixtures, replace bulbs as needed, wipe down light switches.
  • Clean windows and blinds and toss curtains and draperies in the washer and dryer.


  • Empty cabinets and wipe down the interior. Before putting things back, check for anything you no longer use or want.
  • Wipe down outside of cabinets.
  • Dust light fixtures. Remove and wash covers as needed.
  • Pull large appliances away from the wall and sweet and mop the floor, if possible.
  • Remove everything from the fridge. Wipe down entire inside. Repeat on outside.
  • Run self-cleaning option on oven, if available. Don’t forget the outside!
  • Clean microwave inside and out.
  • Wash all baseboards and wall areas.
  • Remove silverware and other items from drawers. Wipe out and return items.
  • Mop/clean floor with appropriate cleaner for surface.


  • Deep clean shower with appropriate cleaners for surface.
  • Remove shower head and soak in lime away product. Clean other shower fixtures with appropriate cleaning product until shiny.
  • Remove shower curtain and clean. Replace curtain or liner if needed.
  • Toss out old or empty bath product containers. Wipe down any bath storage fixtures.
  • Remove toilet lid so the entire bowl is accessible. Clean down to the base of the bowl including the handle and back of the bowl.
  • Remove all toiletries from drawers and cabinets. Wipe clean and replace. Toss any empty or unused items.
  • Clean all mirrors and light fixtures. Replace bulbs as needed.
  • Launder bath mats and toilet coverings.
  • Mop floors and wipe baseboards.

While in the process of getting your home spic and span you might have noticed an abundance of stuff. Part of the whole spring cleaning process is also decluttering and organizing. So now’s the time to make use of your now-spotless floors and go through closets, check under beds, and perhaps even visit the garage or the attic in search of items you no longer need or want.

Check out our next blog for a quick list of items you should toss out, and some items you might want to send our way for consignment.

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Entryway and Mudroom Upcycle Ideas


Around here, one day the weather is a wintry mix of freezing rain with a potential for snow, and two days later the sun is shining and it’s a mild 60-degrees.

On Monday you’re wearing a down parka and snow boots and by Wednesday you’ve got on some flats and a windbreaker. The frequent changes in weather make having various weather-appropriate outerwear and shoes available and at the ready one less thing to worry about during your morning hustle and bustle.

Sprucing up your entryway by adding some additional storage or creating a mini-mudroom in your garage are two ways to quickly update and refresh an area of your home and allows form to meet function.

A gently-used 8-drawer dresser can be upcycled into a fun and functional entryway bench with the removal of some drawers, a few pieces of wainscoting, some fresh paint, and a cushion. With the right piece of furniture and a little handy work this project could be tackled in a weekend. And come Monday you’ve got a great place to store some shoes, backpacks, or purses.

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An old armoire is easily transformed into an open entryway closet or a portable mudroom for a garage or covered patio. Simply remove the doors, update the paint,  and add a cushion for the bench seating and you’re set!

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If your family and decor taste call for a more rustic look, a collection of vintage crates can be put together for a fun and functional boot rack. You can arrange the crates and stack them to meet your footwear needs.A vintage soda crate on the top serves as great storage for small items such as scarves, hats, gloves or even umbrellas. For a more mobile piece, add some wheels to the bottom and you’ve got a great storage unit for a garage, laundry room, or mudroom.

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A vintage door makes for a unique and unobtrusive addition to an entryway that can double as a coatrack with the use of doorknobs or other hardware.. With the addition of a small side or end table you’ve got somewhere to stash small items and a spot underneath to store a pair of shoes or two.

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A vintage television armoire can be easily updated into an entryway piece or serve as a mini-mudroom. A fun and fresh coat of paint and the removal of the cabinet drawers can take an outdated piece of furniture and make it into something your family uses every day. This particular piece has a rustic wood board background with coat hooks and some brown baskets to capture small accessories and items.

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Another dresser is upcycled into a more functional piece with a fun coat of paint, some fresh drawer hardware, and the removal of a few drawers so the family can store a variety of shoes in one place, near the entrance and exit of the home.

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Having a central place for your family to store shoes, accessories and other outerwear can really streamline the process of coming and going. It also helps keep dirt off your carpet and flooring when people remove muddy or dirty shoes in a mudroom, garage, or entryway. It’s a win-win for everyone.

If you’re interested in revamping your entryway or creating a mini mudroom for yourself, come check out Second Sale Consignments. We have a variety of vintage and gently-used furniture that is waiting for your creative eye to bring it home and give it new life. From armoires and tv cabinets to dressers and vintage doors, we have a little bit of everything. Take some measurements and stop by the store. If we don’t have something to meet your needs, come back tomorrow! Our stock is constantly changing so there’s always something new to check out.

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Contemporary Furniture at Great Prices

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The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines contemporary as, ‘happening or beginning now or in recent times.’ This vague definition misses the mark as it applies to the Contemporary furniture aesthetic. Contemporary furniture, often referred to as modern contemporary furniture, or even modern furniture, is furniture designed after the 19th century and heavily influenced by the modernist art movement. As a result, a furniture style evolved out of simplistic and visual design elements using the furniture itself and the area in which it resides as a part of an overall design theme for a room, office, or home.

Contemporary furniture can be considered any type of furniture that uses modern materials with a simplistic design. The function is considered first and foremost. Creating a visually compelling item is secondary. Contemporary furniture strives to be affordable and attainable.

Post-World War II ideals that called for practicality and minimalism directly influenced the aesthetic of the Contemporary furniture style. Where previous furniture design was more decorative and ornate with styles such as Victorian and Neoclassical, the new furniture style was pared down and simplistic. Modernist furniture design removed decorative elements and placed the focus on the design and functionality of the object as a way to save time, money, material, and labor. Materials such as steel, glass, plastics, and molded plywood led the way in Contemporary furniture design in stark contrast to the dark, carved woods and richly patterned fabrics of previously crafted furniture. Visually heavy furniture became visually light.

Notable furniture design pieces that define and illustrate the Contemporary furniture style are:

The Wassily Chair, created in 1926 in a cabinet making shop in Germany by Marcel Breuer. It embodies minimalist design and uses tubular steel and leather straps to create a design of thin geometric shapes and function.

The Wassily Chair

Wassily Chair

The Eileen Gray Side Table, created in 1927 by French architect Jean Badovici as a simple bedside table while embracing Badovici’s famous refusal to conform to popular ideals. The table showcases unique utility, allowing an adjustment for serving breakfast in bed and is composed of metal and glass in a conical design that is visually pleasing and functional.

Eileen Gray Side Table

The Barcelona Chair, created in 1929 by Miles Van Der Rohe and Lily Reich as an entry in an international design fair in Barcelona, Spain. The chair features simplistic leather patterns and curved tubular steel that creates an aesthetically pleasing chair.

The Barcelona Chair

The Barcelona Chair

Contemporary furniture designers and manufacturers today continue to evolve design with the use of new materials while employing the trademark simplicity of the furniture style. Lightness of form remains preferential to heavy ornamentation with an end goal of continuing to create a new visual experience for consumers. Today, Contemporary furniture remains an icon of elegance and sophistication.

If this particular style of furniture speaks to you, consider stopping by our shop, Second Sale Consignment, in Great Bridge. We have a continuously revolving stock of furniture in all styles and design aesthetics and we’ve almost always got a great piece of Contemporary Furniture in stock. Our inventory changes daily, so if you see something you like, make sure to snap it up quickly. Contemporary furniture pieces are typically in high-demand. Or if you have some Contemporary furniture gathering dust in your attic, we can give you a quote for it and put a little extra money in your bank account.

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Give Your Lighting New Life

Are you sick of all the people spouting off the latest mantra, “New year, new you?” How about “New year, new stuff for my house to make it more fun and exciting?”

Yeah?! Ok, we’re here to help. Specifically, as it pertains to updating the lighting in your home.

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Lighting can play an important role in any interior space. However, people often overlook it when decorating and put the focus on larger items such as furniture, wall color,flooring etc, with lighting often coming in as an afterthought. But having good lighting is a crucial aspect of the overall design of a room or of a home.

Dark hallways, dim lights, and small windows can lend a dreary tone to any room and can impact a person’s mood. And while using natural lighting is important, not everyone has the option. Placing mirrors (we have some!) on walls opposite to windows can help reflect daylight in a room to create brightness. But otherwise, your go-to solution is selecting some great added lighting for your home.

And you’re in luck because our stock is currently chock-full-o-lamps and other lighting options!

For a more streamlined look, match your lighting with your furniture’s style. Classic and traditional decor calls for vintage chandeliers or simple lamp designs. Recessed lighting works great for apartments and other small spaces providing minimalist decor and and a vintage and cozy vibe. Modern furniture styles pair well with ornate, decorative lamps and light fixtures and wall sconces.

If your home is already well-lit, here are a few pinspirations for upcycling some of the great lighting options you have at home. Or come into the store to find an affordable, but high quality lamp that just needs a little lighting facelift. Make us an offer on any lamp or lighting in our store and you’re sure to get a great deal on a piece that you can then make all your own!

These worn brass lamp bases make the perfect base to update your solar light game and give your backyard oasis a more sophisticated look.

upcycle a lamp with a little spraypaint

If this brass base doesn’t match your decor, and you’re looking for something a little more fun and funky, a coat of paint and a new lampshade give this table lamp a new lease on life!

a little spray paint quickly updates this old lamp

If you have some more ornate vintage-style lamp bases or you find some in our stock, they make a unique display for necklaces that will add some elegance and quirk to your bedroom or dressing area.

vintage lamp bases make a great jewelry display

If shabby-chic is your style, consider revamping an outdated lampshade into a fun and funky chandelier for a bedroom or home office space.

an old lamp shade becomes a new baby's mobile

And don’t limit your lamps to indoors! Here’s a great idea for upcycling a floor lamp into a kitschy outdoor flower planter:

and old floor lamp becomes a planter in its new life

This simple gold-colored lamp was transformed into a bright and functional side table with minimal effort:

Lamp to table DIY

So whether you’re in need of some new lighting to update your space or you want to do a little upcycling project, come check out our stock of lamps and other lighting at Second Sale Consignments.

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Room Refresh

Now that we’re settled into 2016 (well, we aren’t just yet, are you?) it’s time to get down to business. If your New Year’s resolution didn’t include de-cluttering your home, maybe you’re looking to update a room, or two, in your abode.

Refreshing a room can be done on a tight budget and doesn’t require a ton of work, if you know where you start.

A fresh coat of paint works wonders in changing the feel and style of a room. Even a small change such as one or two shades darker or lighter than the room’s current wall color can make an impact.

just painting a room can make a huge difference

When updating a bedroom, switching out a wooden bed-frame for a metal headboard and footboard can turn a room from rustic and cozy to sleek and modern. Or just painting a wooden or metal headboard a fresh, new color can dramatically change the look of existing furniture. Swapping out window coverings and bedding for a new color scheme will bring the new look together along with a new piece of art or a select few decor items.

headboard before and after

At Second Sale Consignments we always have a variety of headboards and footboards in stock to meet your decorating needs. We’ve also got all styles of artwork and home decor and our items turnover quickly so there’s something new to see every day.

We always have TONS of beds in stock, ready to be repurposed.

We always have TONS of beds in stock, ready to be repurposed.

If you’re up for a larger task such as revamping a living room, there are several routes to take. Again, a change in wall-color will give an immediate change to the room’s feel. If your budget allows, switching out larger furniture pieces such as the sofa, arm chair, or the coffee table will also give you the most bang for your buck regarding visual impact. Toss in a few new throw pillows and a rug, and you’ve got a whole new room.

just changing out one piece in your living room can change the whole feel

From mid-century modern to Victorian, we have a large assortment of living room furniture to choose from at great prices that will make refreshing your entire living room an affordable venture.

And don’t forget lighting! Adding accent lighting to a room with floor and table lamps can enhance the ambiance in a room and provide a different atmosphere depending on what you’re going for. New lamps and lighting can be expensive when bought brand new, but we have TONS of lighting options, including chandeliers, table and floor lamps at great prices. 

lighting can be expensive, but we have lots of affordable options

Whatever your home decor needs are, we’re sure to have something in stock at Second Sale Consignments. From furniture to home decor, we have a little bit of everything. Come check us out if you’re looking to refresh and revamp your living space while leaving a little extra cash in your bank account.

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Start the New Year Clutter-Free

Now that you’ve made it through the hustle and bustle of the holiday season it’s time for some new year’s resolutions.

If the clutter around your house was weighing you down over the holidays now is the time to weed through it all and make some decisions. And Second Sale Consignments can help you out!

House feeling a little cluttered? Talk to us about selling or consigning!

House feeling a little cluttered? 

We buy single items, rooms full of furniture, entire estates and storage units. We pay cash on the spot for your items and we can even pick them up and haul them away. Give us a call or shoot us an email at secondsaleconsignments(a)gmail.com with photos of your items and a price range you’re looking for and start the process from the comfort of your own home.

We buy furniture, antiques, collectibles, golf carts, boats, cars, gold and silver, art and more. We do not buy clothes. All furniture must be in good condition and we only buy upholstered furniture from smoke free homes.

Before you know it you’ll have less clutter around the house and a little extra cash in your pocket.

If your home is already clutter-free, perhaps your new year’s resolution is to give your living space an updated look. We can help with that too while  making sure you don’t go broke in the process.

Stop by our shop to score some great deals on new, vintage, and antique pieces that can give a fresh look to your home without breaking the bank. Changing out some lighting, a coffee table, or a couch can make a big difference in the look and feel of a room. Update the art and change out some collectibles and you’ll feel like you’re in a whole new house. We can even deliver and assemble furniture at your home for a small fee.

We hope you all have a very fun, happy and safe New Year and we look forward to continuing to provide you with high quality, affordable furniture in 2016!


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Last-minute Gifting at Second Sale Consignments

Christmas is only a few days away. Have you slacked in the gift-giving department? Are holiday parties and other commitments taking up all of your time?

If you’re part of the procrastination crowd, we might be able to help. Stop by Second Sale Consignments and pick up a gift certificate or peruse our shop for those last-minute gifts.

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Our inventory is unique and always changing. We’re sure to have something on hand to please anyone over the age of 16 on your gift list. From furniture and housewares to art, jewelry, decor, and lighting, we have a little something for everyone.

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And by shopping with us, you’re gifting local. When you gift local you’re supporting a small business in your community while giving a thoughtful gift. Your dollars help send the little girl down the street to dance class or help your neighbor fix a leaky roof.

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Small businesses often suffer during the holiday season as many shoppers utilize big box stores or shop online. But during these last few days of potentially hectic shopping are upon us, consider gifting small and avoid the long lines and crazy parking lots. Stop by Second Sale Consignments and our neighbors in the Intercoastal Plaza Shopping Center for some one-of-a-kind gift options and walk away knowing you’ve also given back to your local small business community.

Happy Holidays!


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8 Ways to Decorate With Second Hand Finds

Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone it’s time to get to work on your holiday decor (if you haven’t already.)

Of course your favorite local consignment store, Second Sale Consignments, has a variety of holiday decor in stock to get you started, or to add to your ever-growing collection. But we’ve also scoured the boards of Pinterest to bring you some ideas for ways to upcycle items we have in stock to meet your holiday decorating needs.

  1. Turn Your Vintage Window Into a Holiday Display
    We’ve usually got a few spare windows in stock, just waiting for you to make them dazzle. You can add some simple holiday flair with greenery and a bow, or use one to display some of your favorite ornaments. If you love Christmas lights, jazz it up by lining the inside of the windowpane with lights to add a warm holiday glow to any room in your home.
    holiday window swag
    holiday window ornaments

  2. Vintage Plate Create a Unique Wreath
    Vintage serving plates/chargers make a unique statement piece when put together to make an over sized holiday wreath/wall display. You could also use a collection of festive plates to make a more eclectic display.
    holiday plate wreath
  3. Old Mirror to Festive Chalkboard
    A once-loved mirror is easily transformed into a festive holiday chalkboard featuring the lyrics from your favorite Christmas jingle. A coat of red paint and some greenery complete the look for a fun addition to your living room or dining room during the holiday season. We always have loads of old mirror in stock that you can get for a great deal.
    holiday chalk board
  4. Outdated Artwork to New Decor
    We always have an abundance of artwork on hand to meet your home decor needs. If you need something for the holidays, consider upcycling one of our pieces into something new and fabulous this season. A simple coat of paint on the frame makes this piece new again. Replacing the artwork with something holiday-appropriate is as simple as printing off a Christmas  image or quote from your home computer off Pinterest.
    holiday artwork makeover
  5. Monochromatic Makeover
    A simple coat of white spray paint can transform any tacky holiday decor of yesteryear into something straight out of a Pier 1 catalog.
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  6. Costume Jewelry Makes a Glittering Tree
    Do you have broken jewelry taking up valuable space in your jewelry box that you don’t know what to do with? How about creating a sparkly Christmas tree to display in your home? Don’t have any jewelry you want to part with? Come check out our display cases. We always have a good selection of vibrant costume jewelry to choose from that would certainly make a fun and fabulous Christmas tree decoration.
    holiday jewelry tree
  7. Vases to Elegant Candlesticks
    Boring, clear vases are easily transformed into candlesticks perfect for your holiday decor scheme. A coat or two of silver/metallic spray paint and you’re on your way!
    holiday candleholders
  8. Glass Bottle Menorah
    And if you want to make your own, simplified-yet-glam version of a Menorah, consider saving up some glass bottles, spraying with gold spray paint, and inserting candles. This is the definition of simple elegance.
    holiday menorah

Whatever your holiday decor needs may be, we’ve likely got something in store. Whether it’s a traditional piece like Frosty the Snowman, or some ornaments for your tree, or you’re looking for something to personalize and transform, we’ve got you covered. Come check us out and see what we’ve got in stock. We look forward to seeing you.

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Shop Small This Saturday

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The official start of the holiday shopping season is a few days away, but with all the negativity surrounding Black Friday, why not skip it this year? Rather than clawing someone’s eyes out over the Playstation 4 to save $50, consider supporting a small, local business in your community the Saturday after Thanksgiving (this Saturday, November 28.)

Small businesses donate 250% more than larger businesses to nonprofits and community causes. And think about where your money goes: if you spend $100 at a local business, roughly $68 stays in your local economy. If you spend the same at national chain or big box store, only $43 stays in your community.

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The first ever Small Business Saturday took place on November 27, 2010, a campaign by American Express, to encourage people across the country to support small, local businesses, in response to small business owners’ most pressing need: more customers.  In 2011, the U.S. Senate officially recognized the day. In  2012, 73.9 million people took part in Small Business Saturday and shopped at local businesses. In 2014 an estimated $14.3 billion was spent at local businesses on Small Business Saturday, drawing more than 100 million customers who decided to “shop small.”

Shopping small supports local businesses that create jobs, boost the economy, and preserve neighborhoods in the local community. Small Business Saturday also serves as a sort of kickoff to the holiday shopping season for many small businesses in the United States.

So come check out Second Sale Consignments and all of our friendly neighbors in the Intercoastal Plaza this Saturday. We are a part of the official American Express campaign and you can find us along with other participating businesses on their website! If you’re out shopping on Saturday – take some pictures, and when you share them on social media, make sure to tag them #SmallBizSat to connect with other people who support local businesses. 

Bypass the chaos of Black Friday and save your shopping for Small Business Saturday. You’ll have a calm, enjoyable shopping experience, all while supporting your local economy. We hope to see you on Saturday!

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