Totally Tots Bonanza

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 35100 Solon Rd Solon OH 44139  See map

This Saturday, Pioneer Memorial Presbyterian Church will be hosting its first ever Totally Tots Bargain Bonanza sale! Doors will open at 9am and the sale will continue until 1pm. Admission to the sale is $5 from 9:00 am to 10:00 am, and only $1 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Shoppers won't want to miss this opportunity to purchase gently used items for baby and youth. The sale will include clothing and accessories for babies and children up to size 14/16, toys, and baby/youth furniture.

All income will be used to support Living Waters for the World - an organization that provides clean water to various locations throughout the world.  Pioneer will be heading to Honduras this fall to assist a small village in this project.

Interested in having a table to sell your stuff?  Contact us - we have a couple of spaces still left!

How does it work?

*You pay $25 for a space to put your resale items (includes a table, 2 chairs, and 1 lunch).
*People come to buy your items and will be charged an admission fee to shop. 
*You get rid of your unwanted items and keep all your profits!

What can you sell?
*Gently used baby/children clothing sizes newborn–14/16, which are not faded & free of tears, stains, or a pilly texture. 
*Clean toys, books, puzzles that have all of their pieces and no broken parts. Please do not sell stuffed animals. 
*Gently used baby furniture, highchairs, cribs/beds, bouncy seats, etc. Bedding should be clean. Drop sided cribs cannot be sold.
*Gently used car seats and strollers. All car seat sales are sold at your own liability. All car seats expire after 6 years. Please make sure all car seats are not expired. 


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