Frequently Asked Questions
If you would like to become a consignor, please sign up through our website www.crbc.org.
- Option A) Consign AND work a full volunteer shift at the sale and receive 70% of the sales price for items sold, less the $10.00 consignor fee. PLEASE NOTE: It is the consignor’s responsibility to sign in at the volunteer station & receive a name tag & smock before starting their shift and to check out & return the smock after their shift has been completed. If these steps are not followed, the consignor will not be considered as completing a full volunteer shift and the consignor percentage will be reduced to 60%.
- Option B) Consign only and receive 60% of the sales price for items sold minus the $10.00 consignor fee.
There is a $10.00 non-refundable consignor fee and your space is not guaranteed until the fee has been paid via PayPal.
You may sell just about everything that is baby or child related that is in clean, complete and working condition. Review Seller Instructions for full details.
You may consign no more than 2000 items at any given sale.
The easiest way is to enter through our website or you can go directly to www.myconsignmentmanager.com/crbc.
You need to enter through our site or go directly to www.myconsignmentmanager.com/crbc to avoid the need for a print code.
All items that are not picked up by the designated pick-up time will be donated immediately and a $50.00 disposal fee will be assessed.
Yes, friends can drop-off and/or pick-up your items. When dropping off, they will need your signed Consignor Agreement, consignor number, email address, and mailing address to check you in. They will be responsible for distributing the items on the sales floor and gathering items at pick-up.
Unfortunately due to space constraints, we cannot allow strollers on the Sales Floor.
Just about everything child related. Each sale is different, and we do not know what items will be offered until the time of the sale.
We accept cash and checks (with proper ID).
Volunteers get to shop the sale before consignors and the general public beginning at 4:00 pm the Friday before the sale. Consignors are allowed to shop at 6:00 pm Friday. Please go to our Volunteer Page to reap the benefits of shopping first!
Children are not permitted at the sale during volunteer shifts or during pre-shop. During the public sale on Saturday, children are allowed, however, we strongly encourage shoppers to come without them, as the sale will be crowded. If you do bring them please keep them by your side at all times and remember we do not allow strollers on the Sales Floor. Please do not allow them to play with the toys or equipment.
Sure! We do provide large shopping bags at the door but welcome you to bring your large bags and fill them. We will tag your personal bags at the door to avoid any confusion at check out.
We do get some new items, with their tags still attached. Each sale is unique.
The sale will go on regardless of the weather.
Consignors price their own items.
No, all sales are final. No Exceptions.
We have two sales a year. Our Spring/Summer is usually late March or early April and the Fall/Winter sale is typically the last Saturday of September.
No, anyone can volunteer.
No. We do not have childcare available and it is not a safe environment for children.
We count on our volunteers to make our sale a success. If you know you cannot fulfill your shift, please let us know as soon as possible. Any volunteer who does not fulfill their shift without telling us will not be permitted to volunteer at future sales. Additionally, if you consign, sign up to volunteer and do not fulfill your shift(s) even if you give us advanced notice, the percentage you will receive for your items sold will be 60%;not 70%.
Absolutely! Volunteering two or more shifts gets you into the pre-sale at the earliest possible time. We LOVE our Volunteers!
It is important to us that only safe products are offered at our sale, therefore we ask that each consignor carefully check that none of their items have been recalled before bringing them to our sale. As the seller/owner of an item, it is the responsibility of the consignor to ensure that each item meets the required safety standards. Please visit www.cpsc.gov for recall lists.