KIDDIEO MALL ONLINE CHILDREN’S CONSIGNMENT SHOP LAUNCHES NEW FREE PRODUCT LISTINGS FEATURE
I just received this email and I checked it out ---this is a really cool Consignment Shop with great prices and good stuff. I thought I'd let all my readers in on it too so here is the email I received and the site----hope you like it :)
Free Website Membership Enables Parents to Buy and Sell Brand-Name New and Gently Used Children’s Products in a National Marketplace
San Francisco (March 19, 2013) – Kiddieo Mall, an online children’s consignment shop, today announced the launch of its new free product listings feature as part of its national marketplace for new and gently used brand-name children’s products. With free listings, parents can easily sell and recycle items their children have outgrown while earning money to purchase quality children’s products at a fraction of their retail price. Kiddieo Mall only requires a small commission fee after items have sold.
Based in East Bay, CA, a suburb of San Francisco, Kiddieo Mall was founded by an avid bargain shopper mom who recognized the need for a quality online children’s consignment marketplace. Kiddieo Mall offers parents a curated collection of top brands they know and love at a significant discount. By providing a marketplace for a variety of brand-name children’s products, especially the ability to sell kid’s clothes online, Kiddieo Mall is a one-stop destination for environmentally and value conscious shoppers. Parents can also earn rewards points for each purchase and redeem them for gifts on the website.
As more consumers are looking to make sound financial choices for their families, reduce waste and find unique products, resale is an obvious choice for gently used kid’s clothes and other quality children’s items. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the average cost of raising a child born in 2011 for 17 years is nearly $235,000. Consumer goods, including children’s clothes, school supplies and baby gear make up a significant portion of this total. The Association of Resale Professionals claims that up to 15% of Americans shop resale every year.
Kiddieo Mall offers easy navigation for busy parents, including “Shop by Category,” “Shop by Brand” and “Shop by Size” options. Within each category, parents can make gender preferences and organize items by price. The categories include: Accessories, Bedding, Books, CDs & DVDs, Clothes, Footwear, Games, Baby Gear& Travel, Health & Safety, Nursery, Outerwear, School Gear, and Toys& Puzzles.
Unlike other online auction and children’s consignment websites, posting products on Kiddieo Mall is complimentary. Once registration to Kiddieo Mall is complete, parents can use a simple form to list an unlimited number of items and upload up to four photos per item completely free of charge. Once items sell, Kiddieo Mall accepts a small 6% commission of the purchase price.
Kiddieo Mall promotes newly listed products and offers tips and activity ideas for reusing household products on Facebook.
About Kiddieo Mall
Kiddieo Mall is an online children’s consignment shop committed to providing parents with a better way to save on and earn money for their children’s brand-name belongings. Kiddieo Mall features a curated collection of top brands that parents know and love, including products ranging from new and gently used kid’s clothes, shoes and outerwear, to children’s books, toys and accessories.
Based in East Bay, CA, a suburb of San Francisco, Kiddieo Mall was founded by an avid bargain shopper mom who recognized the need for a quality online children’s consignment marketplace. Kiddieo Mall makes online shopping for top brand-name children’s products simple and fun for value conscious shoppers, and makes it easier than ever to sell kid’s clothes online. As part of the free website membership, users can earn rewards points for each purchase and redeem them for gifts.
Kiddieo Mall is an environmentally conscious service. By connecting parents who need children’s items with parents who are ready to discard items, Kiddieo Mall helps to keep the environment green by reusing, recycling and reselling.