Kentucky consignment shops are something of a beautiful wonder.  We like stuff in the Bluegrass State.  One shop just got a new home and it's much bigger.

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CONSIGNMENT & THRIFT

I often have people ask me "What's the difference between consignment & thrift?"  Consignment shops allow you to bring your items to their store for a profit.  You take items according to seasons for clothing and some take household and other items.  The return for items is generally about 50% and I have seen a few places offer 60%.

At a thrift store, most items are donated and a person might receive a tax deduction.  Thrift stores are usually set up to go back into the community to help non-profit organizations.  Both are equally amazing.

OWENSBORO CONSIGNMENT SHOP GROWING

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The Clothesline is located in Shawnee Park on Scherm Rd in Owensboro- Daviess County.  It's a resale consignment shop that offers; children's clothing, home furnishings women's clothing, fashion accessories, and other housewares.  They have been around for over 20 years in the Owensboro area.

They recently made a big move just steps away from their old location.  They moved right next door in the old Rite Aid building.

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When I asked Kim, the owner why they moved she told me they needed more space.  They have a variety of items and wanted to be able to display more for their customers and provide even more consignment opportunities.

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This is just one photo of the new place.  Angel here and you all know I visited.  Actually, I have been a few times and grabbed some major deals.  Today is their Grand Opening and we will be out from 9:30-11:30.  In their old location a new neighbor Sleep Well Mattresses and they will be hanging out with us too for their Grand Opening.

Stop by and see us!

Rockport Christian Resource Center Thrift Shop

Rockport Christian Resource Center strives to work together with the community to provide programs and resources that lead to self-sufficiency.

FEED A FRIEND COMMUNITY THRIFT STORE HELPING THOSE IN NEED

Owensboro's Feed A Friend Community Meal and Thrift Store is located in downtown Owensboro and always looking for volunteers and folks wanting to give back to the community.