Looking for a great consignment sale in the Fort Hood, Killeen, Harker Heights, Belton, or surrounding areas? Look no further, the annual Fall/Winter Just Between Friends Bell County sale is here! This weekend, with a trip to the Bell County Expo Center for this year’s JBF sale, you can walk away with some of the best children’s clothes and baby items at a fraction of the cost of major retailers.
The sale opens to the general public on September 29 with three days of shopping. The cost of admission is $2 on Friday or a donation of two canned goods items. Parking is free.
Thursday September 29: Volunteer Pre-Sale 5:00 – 9:30 p.m. (must have pass)
Consignor/Military/New Mom Pre-Sale 7:00 – 9:30 p.m. (must have pass)
Friday September 30: Open to the public 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Saturday October 1: Half Price Day, Open to the public 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Consignor/Volunteer Half Price Pre-sale 8 – 9 a.m. (must have pass)
The Bell County Expo Center is located at 301 West Loop 121 in Belton, TX. For more information on this venue, visit the Bell County Expo Center website.
Fort Hood and Killeen military families also receive the special bonus of being able to shop at the Thursday evening presale with military ID. This presale opens at7 p.m., Thursday September 29.
Potential consignors can receive more information online at the Just Between Friends Bell County website. Here, they can find guidelines for items and instructions for how to prepare and tag items before dropoff.
Just Between Friends is the premier consignment events business in the United States, currently appearing in over 22 states and has been featured on Good Morning America, ABC News, CNN, and on Inside Edition. JBF Consignment Events offer a new take on buying and selling used goods with all of the same benefits as a yard sale but without the work. Specializing in babies and children, sellers simply “tag” and price items online using the JBF barcoding program and drop off during the listed times. All that’s left to do is sit back and wait for a check to arrive a few weeks after the event.
Sellers earn 65% of all sales on their items (minus a $10 consignor fee), but can make 70% by volunteering 4 or more hours of their time. The other benefit of volunteering is access to the coveted pre-sale where sellers get to shop for items before the general public. With or without the benefits of the pre-sale, Just Between Friends shoppers are in for a treat; JBF always features the best selection of baby and children’s items far below retail prices.
The September event focuses on Fall and Winter clothing, but also includes all-seasons of maternity clothing and any and all toys, baby gear, and nursery items. All items are required to be defect-free, up to safety standards, and less than five years old. JBF is also very strict about making sure recalled items are not on their shelves. Buyers can be confident that they are getting quality products at a great price.
For more information on Just Between Friends events in Bell County, visit the JBF website.
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