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Money Watch Q&A: Just Between Friends

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Clean out your house, get rid of anything you do not use anymore and get paid to do it. The Just Between Friends semi-annual consignment sale is coming up again in April and it is expected to draws crowds in the thousands. Once you sign up to become a consignor, which costs just $15, your items will be checked to make sure none is recalled. Then the consignor will price and tag their own items that will be sold at the Livestock Events Center between April 24-26. Just Between Friends Co-Owner, Vicki Dame says not long after the event, you will get a check for 60-70% of your sales. Whatever does not sell can either be picked up or you have the opportunity to donate the items to Casa De Vida. Step2, the Eddy House and Women and Children of the Sierra will also benefit from the event.

Just Between Friends is also offering a special program to help families with Graco Alano, Passage or Spree strollers which were recalled in 2010. If you bring the stroller to the event, they will destroy it for you and you will receive a $25 gift certificate to shop at the consignment sale.

To learn more, call our Money Watch Q&A lines between 5-6 p.m. to speak with Vicki or you can log on to any of the websites posted below. Plus you can reach Vicki at vickidame@jbfsale.com.

http://reno.jbfsale.com/homeView.jsp

http://step2reno.org/

http://www.casadevidareno.org/

http://www.eddyhouse.org/

http://waccs.org/


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