Just Between Friends - North Bay, Northern California’s largest pop-up marketplace for families to buy and sell gently used children, baby and maternity clothing and gear, is gearing up for its March spring season consignment sale in Santa Rosa.
As families prepare for spring cleaning, and with inflation continuing to take a toll on personal finances, the pop-up consignment sale serves as a resource to save and make money. The upcoming Just Between Friends sale will be held at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds located at 1350 Bennett Valley Road in Santa Rosa and will take place from March 2 to March 5.
At a Just Between Friends sale, parents and grandparents can shop a plethora of options for baby and children's shoes, toys, clothing, maternity, and baby equipment at 50–90 percent off retail prices. As a consignor, they can sell gently used items and earn between 60–70 percent from sales. Rather than throwing out items that no longer fit children or have a use, the items can be upcycled rather than ending up in a landfill.
“We are thrilled to be offering the parents in our community an affordable and sustainable option. Additionally, we are excited to be partnering with United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay.” - Joan Kisthardt, Just Between Friends - North Bay Owner
Just Between Friends ensures that all products purchased and sold meet mandatory safety standards, and they have an on-staff product safety specialist to make sure that all items are safety-checked to meet current standards, including essential baby gear like strollers and car seats. For more information & to register for tickets visit https://justbetweenfriendsnorthbay.ticketspice.com/s23tickets.
Just Between Friends - North Bay Spring Sale:
Open to the Public – March 2-5: Admission is free online or $4 at the door, and everyone is welcome.
50 percent off Days – March 5: The last day of the sale and many items are an additional 50 percent off.
About Joan Kisthardt:
Joan Kisthardt is the new franchise owner & organizer of Just Between Friends - North Bay. Consignment was a huge part of Joan's life growing up. She accompanied her mom to consignment stores throughout her hometown of Bucks County, PA, and since her mom's passing in 2020, knows she would be thrilled to watch Joan in this new role. Previously, Joan worked in operations management, first running Boston University's large aquatics facilities & programs and subsequently working for a robotics start-up in San Francisco. Taking time off work in 2020 when her daughter Mika was born, Joan is excited for this new adventure! Joan and her husband Noah, who helps run JBF, live in Napa with their daughter Mika and their dog Goldie.
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