Don’t miss one of the first sales of the Fall Consignment Season. Join Charlotte Mothers of Multiples (CMOMs) for one of the BEST consignment sales in town. This year, the CMOMs consignment sale will have inventory for ALL SEASONS! With the crazy Carolina weather and countless days of hot weather coming up (but who knows? It could be fall next week!), shop everything from bathing suits to winter coats. They’ll have baby, children, teen, and maternity clothing, toys, gear, furniture and more. Consignors are bringing together tens of thousands of items including swings, high chairs, strollers, shoes, toys, clothes, furniture, games, maternity items and much more.
Want to shop early? Purchase $10 pre-sale passes that will allow you to shop the sale on Friday, August 2 @ 8-10pm – before the public. Also, head on over to CSP’s Instagram page to check out how to WIN two free presale passes.
Charlotte Mothers of Multiples Consignment Sale
The Park Expo & Conference Center
August 3, 7:30am Early Bird Shopping, 8:30am Free and open to the public, 12:45pm – 3pm Half price shopping
* You can purchase presale passes for Friday, August 2 and or be the lucky CSP reader to win 2 FREE presale passes (over on IG!).
Facebook live event
CMOMS Instagram: @cmomssale
The event is both a great way for families with multiples to earn extra money emptying out their closets and then save money filling them back up with items the right size for their growing children. This season’s consignment sale continues to be a draw for hundreds of price-savvy shoppers. You’ll also feel good shopping with CMOMs since this organization has a big heart. Items that don’t sell are donated to local charities throughout the Charlotte area.
More on CMOMs:
Charlotte Mothers of Multiples is the leading support organization in our community for parents, and expectant parents, of multiples. Through its focus on providing support, building friendships, and serving the community, Charlotte Mothers of Multiples provides a variety of valuable support services to families with multiple birth children in order to help them thrive, not just survive, in their efforts to care for their multiple birth children.