Little Sprouts Sale set for March 16-18


Little Sprouts Sale set for March 16-18

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The Little Sprouts Sale, a Franklin-based upscale children’s consignment sales event, will be held March 16 – 18 at 1850 General George Patton Drive in Franklin.

The Little Sprouts Sale, a Franklin-based upscale children’s consignment sales event, will be held March 16 – 18 at 1850 General George Patton Drive in Franklin.

More than 200 consigners are expected to participate in the event by selling their children’s upscale clothes, shoes, toys and more, providing more than 10,000 bargains for local shoppers.

The sale attracts thousands bi-annually and has become the largest high-end consignment sale in Southeast Tennessee. Mindy Spradlin, of Franklin, started Little Sprouts in the fall of 2008.

“We take only the highest quality of gently used upscale and designer brands,” Spradlin said in a news release. “It’s what sets us apart from your average children’s consignment sale. People know they are going to find exceptional selections at a fraction of the retail price.”

In addition to offering children’s items, Spradlin said Little Sprouts will add another element to this season’s sale.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Tag by Swag to provide a high end, one stop shopping experience, for women in the area.”

Tag by Swag offers high-end, authentic, luxury items for women, such as handbags, shoes, jewelry and clothing.

End Slavery TN will receive a portion of the profits from the sale, as well as any additional donations shoppers choose to give. The mission of End Slavery TN is to promote healing of human trafficking survivors and strategically confront slavery, particularly sex slavery, in the state of Tennessee.

“Sex slavery and human trafficking are a much bigger issue in Tennessee than many would like to admit,” Spradlin said. “We want to do whatever we can to help bring an end to it, as well as help places like this who provide freedom and healing to those who are entangled in it.”

There are still several consignor slots available for the Little Sprouts Sale. Individuals interested in selling items as a consignor must register at http://www.littlesproutssale.com. Consignors receive 70 percent of their total sales and the opportunity to receive up to 80 percent by volunteering. Consignors and volunteers also receive passes to shop the private pre-sale on March 15.

Public sale hours are set for 9 a.m.-7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 16, and Thursday, March 17 and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Friday, March 18, with many Items offered at half price.

Cash, Visa, MC, AMEX and Discover will be accepted.

The Little Sprouts Sale, a Franklin-based upscale children’s consignment sales event, will be held March 16 – 18 at 1850 General George Patton Drive in Franklin.

More than 200 consigners are expected to participate in the event by selling their children’s upscale clothes, shoes, toys and more, providing more than 10,000 bargains for local shoppers.

The sale attracts thousands bi-annually and has become the largest high-end consignment sale in Southeast Tennessee. Mindy Spradlin, of Franklin, started Little Sprouts in the fall of 2008.

“We take only the highest quality of gently used upscale and designer brands,” Spradlin said in a news release. “It’s what sets us apart from your average children’s consignment sale. People know they are going to find exceptional selections at a fraction of the retail price.”

In addition to offering children’s items, Spradlin said Little Sprouts will add another element to this season’s sale.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Tag by Swag to provide a high end, one stop shopping experience, for women in the area.”

Tag by Swag offers high-end, authentic, luxury items for women, such as handbags, shoes, jewelry and clothing.

End Slavery TN will receive a portion of the profits from the sale, as well as any additional donations shoppers choose to give. The mission of End Slavery TN is to promote healing of human trafficking survivors and strategically confront slavery, particularly sex slavery, in the state of Tennessee.

“Sex slavery and human trafficking are a much bigger issue in Tennessee than many would like to admit,” Spradlin said. “We want to do whatever we can to help bring an end to it, as well as help places like this who provide freedom and healing to those who are entangled in it.”

There are still several consignor slots available for the Little Sprouts Sale. Individuals interested in selling items as a consignor must register at http://www.littlesproutssale.com. Consignors receive 70 percent of their total sales and the opportunity to receive up to 80 percent by volunteering. Consignors and volunteers also receive passes to shop the private pre-sale on March 15.

Public sale hours are set for 9 a.m.-7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 16, and Thursday, March 17 and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Friday, March 18, with many Items offered at half price.

Cash, Visa, MC, AMEX and Discover will be accepted.

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