Greenville Clothing Consignment Stores

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1. Goodwill Stores

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720 Red Banks RdGreenville, NC 27858

(252) 321-1886

This was the worst Goodwill I have ever gone to. The clothing isn't organized by size, but by color, so it's very hard to find anything. I will no…

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2. Serendipity

696 E Arlington BlvdGreenville, NC 27858

(252) 565-8323
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3. Timeless Treasures

BBB Rating: A+

1914 Turnbury DrGreenville, NC 27858

(252) 439-1101
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Kids-Go-Round
mahoney10 rated
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All consignment stores I have ever dealt with want their merchandise clean, pressed and on hangers! THIS IS NOT A GARAGE SALE---so of course, you are going to find a better deal at a garage sale--but they may not be clean and likely will not be pressed or on hangers---and probably will also have tears and missing buttons. For people who take meticulous care of their children's clothing and would like to pass it on, consigning is a wonderful way to make a little money. We all know that garage sales cannot generate this type of money for quality, almost new clothing--people would not pay it! I have found that consigning is a wonderful thing for parents who must clothe quickly growing children, and a green way to protect the environment from waste when clothing is outgrown or toys are no longer loved.

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